Seahawks podcast: Previewing what Seattle might do in the 2023 NFL draft

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The 2023 NFL draft is less than two weeks away. In fact, two weeks from Sunday, 12s will know which players are going to be new Seattle Seahawks. Will Seattle have traded back to pick up even more picks at some point? Anything is possible in a John Schneider and Pete Carroll draft.

While Seattle should probably choose a defensive player with the fifth overall pick, which player and at which position? On the podcast, we discuss how the Seahawks instead of taking an edge rusher, could try to remake the Legion of Boom by taking a cornerback. But Seattle might simply take their quarterback of the future.

We discuss in detail why or why not we would take Jalen Carter. And would we choose Will Anderson, Jr. over Tyree Wilson. And which quarterback we might take in the second round.

Seattle Seahawks podcast: Previewing the 2023 NFL draft

There is possibly lots of pretty smart talk and relationship-altering discussion throughout the program about other stuff as well. The Pit has a pretty interesting article about Ted Nugent, for instance. Or maybe you like a 10-minute diatribe on politics? We have all that.

You likely want to hear this week’s Rob Gordons which are our five favorite songs about paying taxes. We like to remind people when their taxes are due because we are helpful like that.

If you want to have your chosen family gather 'round and listen to the show while you make dinner, you can download the episode for multiple listens. That way they can play their favorite board game and listen to the show while you bake bread. They might be impressed that you forced them to listen to something they don't like.

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