Seahawks trade with nearly one else once pick 27 is coming due
There is a nasty rumor going around that the Seahawks will trade out of the first round. I mean, what? Is this somehow, after 10 seasons of a Schneider and Pete Carroll regime, breaking news? Of course, the Seahawks are going to trade down and then likely out of the first round! I am slightly shocked when the Seahawks do not trade down out of round one. And that is almost to the point of, “Seattle didn’t trade down? What is wrong with them?”
The Seahawks have a bunch of trade partner possibilities before next Thursday’s round one of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Seahawks trade pick 27 to the Colts for pick 34, etc.
I like reading different sites give different trade possibilities. We honestly do not know what Seattle is going to do. It is fun guessing and I imagine that is the point, but at the end of round one we might be surprised to recall how the Seahawks moved up to pick 3 and chose someone they could have had at pick 11. That is what Seattle does. L.J. Collier a round one pick? Nope. But Seattle wanted to surprise everyone and do that. Same with Rashaad Penny. Neither has worked out.
The Colts probably want to trade up? If they do and they want to choose Seattle to dance with, then the Seahawks should do that. That way Schneider would get his few more picks.
The Seahawks trade with the Giants for a receiver?
Let’s be smart about this. There is a rumor going round that the Giants could trade for the Seahawks 27th pick to get a potentially good receiver. But in this year’s draft, there are 1,983 potentially good receivers. Why would the Giants make a trade that costs them more money long-term by getting a first round pick? Because they are the Giants. If New York offers multiple picks for Seattle’s 27th, the Seahawks should jump at the choice.