The Morning After: Draft Day 2

Bruce Irvin, Bobby Wagner and Russell Wilson sound more like insurance salesmen from the Midwest than elite athletes starting their NFL careers in Seattle. Irvin took center stage on Thursday by becoming the S...

The Morning After: Draft Day 1

Let it out. Bruce Irvin was the biggest reach of the first round. He could have been added later. The team could have traded back again. He can only play on 3rd down. He's going to be Pete Carroll's Jerramy St...

Names To Consider On Day Two

Seattle owns two more picks today. One in the second round (#43), and one in the third (#75). The upshot of the Seahawks losing the coin flip with Kansas City for the 11th pick in the draft is they they get th...

2012 Seahawks Draft: Day 1 Thoughts

Rarely has a first round been as frenzied as what NFL fans just witnessed in the 2012 NFL Draft. Team selections and trades were getting tweeted 5-10 minutes before the ESPN coverage caught up, mostly by Seaha...

Podcast With Softy: Draft Day Preview

Sports Radio KJR host Dave "Softy" Mahler and I recorded a special draft day podcast.We talked about who the team needs, who they should pick, and who they should avoid. Hear why I won't be upset if t...

For Reference: Better Draft Value Chart

Many people have heard about Jimmy Johnson's Trade Value Chart that assigns a point value to every draft choice to allow people to assess the cost of moving up in the draft. It's been pretty darn accurate...

Ideal Draft Scenario For Seahawks

The day has finally arrived. Barring any wacky trades, the Seahawks will have a new stud talent on their roster by tonight. There has been a lot of talk about what the team's needs are, which players would be ...

Elite Talent Often Found In Mid-1st Round

Most fans want their team to either be drafting at the very top of the draft board, or at the very bottom. Teams at the top get the chance to make franchise-defining selections, while teams at the bottom alre...