Seahawks' recent 1st-round picks continuing to struggle

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Seahawks' recent 1st-round picks continuing to struggle
Seahawks' recent 1st-round picks continuing to struggle

Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider has proven to be excellent at finding high-quality NFL players in the later rounds of the draft, and his recent trades have paid off handsomely as well. However, if there is one area of weakness for Schneider and his staff, it is in the first round. Earl Thomas and Bruce Irvin were two of Schneider's earliest first-round picks, and while both of them were extremely successful, the first round has not gone well for Schneider and company since then. The Seahawks have only made three picks in the first round since Irvin: tackle Germain Ifedi (2016), running back Rashaad Penny (2018) and defensive end L.J. Collier (2019). In 2017, they traded their

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