Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Tuesday, April 28 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
Draft Tune-In Information
The 2015 NFL Draft is just two days away in Chicago, Ill.
The Seahawks own a League-high 11 picks this year - one in the second round (No. 63 overall), one in the third (No. 95), three in the fourth (Nos. 112, 130 & 134), two in the fifth (Nos. 167 & 170), three in the sixth (Nos. 181, 209 & 214), and one in the seventh (No. 248).
The team is without a first-round selection after dealing the No. 31 overall pick to the New Orleans Saints as part of the deal for tight end Jimmy Graham. That means that barring a trade up, Seattle won't pick until the second day of the draft.
The three-day, primetime experience kicks off this Thursday night and here's a look at the round-by-round schedule:
Round 1: Thursday, April 30, 5 p.m. PT
Rounds 2-3: Friday, May 1, 4 p.m. PT
Rounds 4-7: Saturday, May 2, 9 a.m. PT
ESPN/ESPN 2 and NFL Network will broadcast this year's draft and you can listen in on ESPN Radio, Westwood One Radio, and SiriusXM NFL Radio.
Seahawks.com will also carry live streaming coverage during all three days of the draft, including draft commentary, player interviews, and a live look at the Seahawks' draft room inside Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center, where general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll will be orchestrating this year's action.
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from @usopengolf, which shares a photo of wide receiver Jermaine Kearse taking part in Monday's U.S. Open Media Day at Chambers Bay.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, we continued our 2015 NFL Draft preview series with a look at the wide receivers. We've already highlighted the safeties, tight ends, quarterbacks, linebackers, running backs, offensive and defensive lines.
Danny O'Neil at 710Sports.com says cornerback is a position of need for the Seahawks in this week's draft.
With Seattle holding 11 picks, Brady Henderson at 710Sports.com says the team has flexibility to move up in this year's draft.
Terry Blount at ESPN.com takes a look back at the Seahawks' 2010 draft class.
Doug Farrar and Chris Burke at SI.com identify draft needs for each of the League's 32 teams, settling on offensive guard, center, wide receiver, and defensive tackle for the Seahawks.
Stephen Cohen at SeattlePI.com ranks the Seahawks' all-time draft classes from 1-39.
And Jason La Canfora at CBSSports.com says there's only five can't-miss players in this year's NFL Draft.
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