RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Seattle general manager John Schneider better be ready to go when the final four rounds of the NFL draft start Saturday.
The Seahawks will enter the final day with six total picks and half of those coming in the fourth round. Seattle will have the Nos. 8 and 11 picks in the fourth round and the 32nd pick. They also have one pick in each of the final three rounds.
Seattle took care of needs at wide receiver and on the offensive line Friday when it selected Paul Richardson and Justin Britt with a pair of second-round picks.
The Seahawks could look to bolster the offensive and defensive lines even more on the final day. Looking for additional secondary depth and perhaps another wide receiver could also be on the docket.