With the 2017 NFL Draft just two weeks away, it’s time to start speculating about how the Seahawks will deal with their 2017 cap situation.
The Seahawks have some salary cap room that could be used to make a deal to clear some salary-cap space.
It’s not like they’ll be able to use that cap space to trade up or trade down, but they can at least get a first-round pick and draft pick.
That would be a major asset for the team.
With a third-round selection in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Seahawks would be able take a quarterback, running back or wide receiver with their first-rounder.
The Seahawks also have several young receivers to use in the draft, including the draft’s top overall pick, UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen.
If the Seahawks don’t use any of their cap space on a trade, they could trade up.
With the Seahawks having a very thin free-agent class coming, it would be very unlikely that they would trade down in the first round, but it could happen.
They could also draft an elite cornerback in the third round, with safety Earl Thomas a possibility.
The trade talks are likely to come up after the draft is over.
If the Seahawks want to make one last run at acquiring the first overall pick in 2018, it might be a good idea to make it before the draft.
The draft picks are a huge asset to the Seahawks in 2018.
The Seattle Seahawks have a number of players that could become free agents in the next few years.