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2017 Schedule
10-5-1, 1st in NFC West

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Here is the 2017 Seahawks draft class: Michigan St. DT Malik McDowell (2nd round, 35th overall), LSU OL Ethan Pocic (2nd round, 58th), Central Florida CB Shaquill Griffin (3rd round, 90th), Michigan safety Delano Hill (3rd round, 95th), North Carolina DT Nazair Jones (3rd round, 102nd), Michigan WR Amara Darboh (3rd round, 106th), Colorado safety Tedric Thompson (4th round, 111th), Cincinnati DB Mike Tyson (6th round, 187th), Mississippi St. OL Justin Senior (6th round, 210th), East Central Oklahoma WR David Moore (7th round, 226th), Oklahoma St. RB Chris Carson (7th round, 249th).

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Chris Carson was much more efficient as a senior than as a junior at Oklahoma State. He produced the same amount of total yards (687) on 53 fewer touches (148 to 95) and scored six more touchdowns (4 to 10).

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

With the 249th pick (seventh round), the Seahawks selected Oklahoma State running back Chris Carson. Carson (6 feet, 218 pounds) is a plus athlete. He carried 82 times for 559 yards (6.82 YPC) and nine touchdowns last season. In 2015, he averaged just 3.95 YPC. Carson will have to impress this summer to earn a spot on the 53-man roster.

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David Moore tallied 57 catches for 878 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior at East Central (OK), but a huge chunk of his production came in two games. Against Ouachita Baptist and Oklahoma Baptist, Moore had 17 catches for 334 yards and six scores.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

With the 226th pick (seventh round), the Seahawks selected East Central Oklahoma WR David Moore (6-foot-1, 219 pounds). He caught 57 passes for 878 yards and 10 touchdowns last season and ran a 4.43 40-yard dash during his Pro Day, per the Houston Chronicle. During his junior year, Moore had 1,079 yards and 13 touchdowns. He's the second wide receiver that the team has selected and will have to compete for a roster spot.

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Justin Senior started 38 of 39 possible games in his last three seasons at Mississippi State, all at right tackle. In 2016, he was named the state of Mississippi's top offensive lineman.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

With the 210th pick (sixth round), the Seahawks have selected offensive tackle Justin Senior out of Mississippi State. Senior (6-foot-5, 331 pounds) has 34-inch arms and started 39 games (38 at right tackle, one at left tackle) over the last three years. He tested poorly from an athleticism standpoint and will have to battle for a roster spot this summer.

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Mike Tyson -- no, not that one -- packed a punch at Cincinnati, totaling 78 tackles and 7.5 tackles for loss in his final two seasons. He also nabbed five interceptions as a senior.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

With the 187th pick (sixth round), the Seahawks have selected Cincinnati safety Mike Tyson. Tyson started 23 games for the Bearcats, seeing action at safety, corner and nickel. He had five interceptions last year and seven during his career. Tyson is the fourth defensive back and third safety that the Seahawks have selected. He may have to prove himself on special teams to earn a roster spot.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

The Seahawks would have picked here at 170, but this is the pick they forfeited for violating offseason workout rules prohibiting excessive contact in OTA practices last year.

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Marshawn Lynch may no longer be a Seattle Seahawk, but the memories will never be forgotten. On Sunday, the five-time Pro Bowler will pay homage to the 12th Man and the organization with a full-page ad in The Seattle Times. (@fblethen/Twitter)

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks GM John Schneider said the reason that offensive line coach Tom Cable never met with second-round pick Ethan Pocic during the pre-draft process was because the team didn't want to show its interest. "We thought he was so versatile, we just wanted to be very careful with how much interest we showed," Schneider said. Pocic played mostly center for LSU, but Pete Carroll indicated that he'll get a look at other spots. "We'll see him at guard and tackle, knowing he can play center," Carroll said.

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Tedric Thompson draft highlights (0:52)

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After three of his fellow Colorado DBs went yesterday, Tedric Thompson completed the quartet early in Round 4, going to Seattle. He tallied 13 career interceptions, including seven in 2016, one shy of the top mark in the nation.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

With the 111th pick (fourth round), the Seahawks selected Colorado safety Tedric Thompson. Thompson (6 feet, 204 pounds) led all college football players with 23 passes defended last year. He broke up 16 passes (fourth) and had seven interceptions (third). The Seahawks drafted safety Delano Hill yesterday and are adding quality depth behind Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

If the Seahawks are going to take a quarterback today, one name to watch could be Tennessee's Joshua Dobbs. Since Pete Carroll and John Schneider took over in 2010, the only quarterback the team has selected is Russell Wilson. But they could be looking for a backup/developmental prospect. The other position to keep an eye on is tight end. The only TE on the Seahawks' roster signed beyond 2017 is Nick Vannett.

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Will McDowell fill the Seahawks' need? (0:45)
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Carroll-Harbaugh connection comes up at Seahawks news conference (0:25)
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Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

The Seahawks drafted two Michigan players today. GM John Schneider had some fun with Pete Carroll's history with Jim Harbaugh while talking about WR Amara Darboh.

Team Stats

Passing Yards257.810th
Rushing Yards99.425th
Points For22.0Tied-18th
Points Against18.33rd