Seattle Seahawks: Complete 2014 NFL Draft Wrap-Up and Analysis

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Seattle Seahawks: Complete 2014 NFL Draft Wrap-Up and Analysis

As the Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks went into the 2014 NFL draft picking at the back end of almost every round. They had also already traded away two of their draft picks, leaving them light on potential selections.

Luckily, Seattle went into the draft without any major holes in its roster. There were some positions where it needed depth and potential long-term solutions, but no areas that would incite desperation out of general manager John Schneider and his staff.

The Seahawks were free to let the draft come to them. They focused only on guys whom they had strong convictions about and didn't settle for players who were marginal athletes. Overall, it appears at this point to be a typically successful draft from Schneider and the Seahawks.

With a full day to let the results of the draft sink in and to watch some more game tape, it is now possible to reflect a little better on everything that transpired over the weekend with the Seahawks. So just how well did Schneider do at adding talent to Seattle's roster? It is time to take a closer look and find out.

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