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Seahawks trying to trade out of round1
Thu May 08, 2014 4:37 pm
  • Seahawks | Could move out of first round

    Thu, 08 May 2014 16:49:48 -0700
    Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider said he has talked with a few teams about the possibility of trading out of the first round and believes that is a realistic option for the Seahawks.

    Comment | Source: NFL.com - Chris Wesseling | Share:

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    you go John!
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  • I could live with it.

    From a player talent perspective, #32 is a glorified 2d anyway.

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  • Hopefully someone wants a qb on a five year deal.. Works for me.
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  • Trying to stay positive here, but I'd bet teams try to move in front on CLE shortly. If not, NE or Santa Clara will trade out first, leaving limited number of trading partners left.

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  • This is news?

    "Breaking! John Schneider likes lots of picks!"
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  • And done
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  • The JS chess game begins... :-)
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  • Down ten spots to get a 4th rounder?? Meh...saves us money at best.
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  • That trade was the least surprising move ever :D
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  • I see the logic of a trade, but I kind of think taking Lee/Latimer/Robinson may have trumped the 4th rounder.

    We'll see though.
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  • Hasselbeck wrote:I see the logic of a trade, but I kind of think taking Lee/Latimer/Robinson may have trumped the 4th rounder.

    We'll see though.

    Good chance one of those guys is there in 8 picks. then JS will pick a pro bowler with the extra 4th
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  • Vikings now have our 3rd rounder too. What did we get for that one, a pick or two next year?
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  • lsheldon wrote:Vikings now have our 3rd rounder too. What did we get for that one, a pick or two next year?


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  • Timmahawk wrote:
    Hasselbeck wrote:I see the logic of a trade, but I kind of think taking Lee/Latimer/Robinson may have trumped the 4th rounder.

    We'll see though.

    Good chance one of those guys is there in 8 picks. then JS will pick a pro bowler with the extra 4th


    Well Houston is going QB in all likelihood .. so really its picks 34-39 we'd have to worry about. However I can see a run on WR's coming.
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  • Hasselbeck wrote:
    Timmahawk wrote:
    Hasselbeck wrote:I see the logic of a trade, but I kind of think taking Lee/Latimer/Robinson may have trumped the 4th rounder.

    We'll see though.

    Good chance one of those guys is there in 8 picks. then JS will pick a pro bowler with the extra 4th


    Well Houston is going QB in all likelihood .. so really its picks 34-39 we'd have to worry about. However I can see a run on WR's coming.


    We have a shot at
    WR: Latimer, Lee, Mathews
    OT: Moses, Bitonio, Kouandjio
    OG: Su'a-Filo
    TE: Amaro
    DT: Nix, Jernigan, Hageman
    LB: Attaochu, Lawerence

    I could make an argument for any of these players, and we will have our pick of probably 5-8 of them...it's a good day to be a hawk!
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  • Okay, we now have picks

    2. #40
    2. #64
    4. #108
    4. #132
    5. #146
    5. #172
    6. #208
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  • kthebestwayw wrote:Down ten spots to get a 4th rounder?? Meh...saves us money at best.


    It's 8 picks, not 10. The trade value is fair.
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  • jammerhawk wrote:
    kthebestwayw wrote:Down ten spots to get a 4th rounder?? Meh...saves us money at best.


    It's 8 picks, not 10. The trade value is fair.

    Not really. Based on the trade value chart (which, granted, isn't the letter of the law) it wasn't nearly as good/fair of a trade as it could/should have been for the Hawks. The Hawks should have also gotten the Vikes' 6th round pick to make the points match up. If the Vikes simply refused to part with any more picks (likely the case since they're not over-loaded with picks a la SF or JAX), the Hawks should have at least gotten them to trade places with us in the 5th round (i.e. their early 5 for our late 5) for added value. It was an okay trade, but not a great one.
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  • Timmahawk wrote:
    Hasselbeck wrote:
    Timmahawk wrote:
    Hasselbeck wrote:I see the logic of a trade, but I kind of think taking Lee/Latimer/Robinson may have trumped the 4th rounder.

    We'll see though.

    Good chance one of those guys is there in 8 picks. then JS will pick a pro bowler with the extra 4th


    Well Houston is going QB in all likelihood .. so really its picks 34-39 we'd have to worry about. However I can see a run on WR's coming.


    We have a shot at
    WR: Latimer, Lee, Mathews
    OT: Moses, Bitonio, Kouandjio
    OG: Su'a-Filo
    TE: Amaro
    DT: Nix, Jernigan, Hageman
    LB: Attaochu, Lawerence

    I could make an argument for any of these players, and we will have our pick of probably 5-8 of them...it's a good day to be a hawk!


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