RENTON, Wash. — For a front office that has built much of its roster through the draft during its tenure, the Seattle Seahawks are in a very odd place going into the NFL draft.
The Seahawks have just three selections for the draft.
They don’t have a first-round pick after it was shipped to New York in the trade for Jamal Adams.
Seattle’s selections come in the second, fourth and seventh rounds.
Seattle has made at least eight picks in every draft under John Schneider and Pete Carroll so this year is a major shift from the past.