Monday metatarsal musings: For Joe Nash, Mack Strong and several others who played their way into Seahawks history, their first steps came as rookies and after not being selected in the NFL Draft.
From running back to quarterback to wide receiver, and from Kansas, to Oregon, back to Kansas again, 2013 fourth-round draft pick Chris Harper is ready to roost at wideout with the Seahawks in the Pacific Northwest.
The Seahawks had other options and more pressing needs when it came time to make the 62nd selection in the NFL Draft. But running back Christine Michael was their obvious choice, for the obvious and not-so-obvious reasons.
The 11 members of the Seahawks 2013 NFL Draft class and nine more that agreed to terms as undrafted rookie free agents have been assigned jersey numbers by the club.
Since Red Bryant joined the Seahawks in 2008 almost three dozen other defensive linemen have rotated through the roster. But Bryant looks at the 2013 group and offers, “It’s going to be something special.”
Monday metatarsal musings: Rather than regret the lack of a post-draft press conference to introduce the Seahawks’ first-round draft choice, rewind to last month’s revelry after acquiring Percy Harvin.
GM John Schneider and the Seahawks added nine more players on Saturday to “a great group of guys” that comprise the team’s 2013 draft class and will only increase the competition for roster spots.
Less than four hours after the end of this afternoon's seventh round, the Seahawks announced they had agreed to terms with nine undrafted rookie free agents.