Seattle Seahawks 2011 NFL Draft Order?

Published on January 18, 2011 by     Seahawks.Com News (Feed)

Hopefully the Seattle Seahawks will do some more bargaining to get an elite QB like Kevin Kolb, just somebody other than Charlie Whitehurst, Hasselbeck should be good for one more year, although i have been saying that for 3 years now!

Round 1

  1. Carolina (2-14)
  2. Denver (4-12)
  3. Buffalo (4-12)
  4. Cincinnati (4-12)
  5. Arizona (5-11)
  6. Cleveland (5-11)
  7. San Francisco (6-10)
  8. Tennessee (6-10)
  9. Dallas (6-10)
  10. Washington (6-10)
  11. Houston (6-10)
  12. Minnesota (6-10)
  13. Detroit (6-10)
  14. St. Louis (7-9)
  15. Miami (7-9)
  16. Jacksonville (8-8)
  17. New England – from Oakland (8-8)
  18. San Diego (9-7)
  19. New York Giants (10-6)
  20. Tampa Bay (10-6)
  21. Kansas City* (10-6)
  22. Indianapolis* (10-6)
  23. Philadelphia* (10-6)
  24. New Orleans* (11-5)
  25. Seattle* (7-9)
  26. Baltimore* (12-4)
  27. Atlanta* (13-3)
  28. New England* (14-2)
  29. Green Bay* (10-6)
  30. New York Jets* (11-5)
  31. Chicago* (11-5)
  32. Pittsburgh* (12-4)

Oakland -> New England: Richard Seymour

Round 2

  1. New England – from Carolina (2-14)
  2. Buffalo (4-12)
  3. Cincinnati (4-12)
  4. Denver (4-12)
  5. Cleveland (5-11)
  6. Arizona (5-11)
  7. Tennessee (6-10)
  8. Dallas (6-10)
  9. Washington (6-10)
  10. Houston (6-10)
  11. Minnesota (6-10)
  12. Detroit (6-10)
  13. San Francisco (6-10)
  14. Denver – from Miami (7-9)
  15. St. Louis (7-9)
  16. Oakland (8-8)
  17. Jacksonville (8-8)
  18. San Diego (9-7)
  19. Tampa Bay (10-6)
  20. New York Giants (10-6)
  21. Indianapolis* (10-6)
  22. Philadelphia* (10-6)
  23. Kansas City* (10-6)
  24. New Orleans* (11-5)
  25. Seattle* (7-9)
  26. Baltimore* (12-4)
  27. Atlanta* (13-3)
  28. New England* (14-2)
  29. Green Bay* (10-6)
  30. San Diego – from New York Jets* (11-5)
  31. Chicago* (11-5)
  32. Pittsburgh* (12-4)

Carolina -> New England: Armanti Edwards
Miami -> Denver: Brandon Marshall
New York Jets -> San Diego: Antonio Cromartie

Round 3

  1. Carolina (2-14)
  2. Cincinnati (4-12)
  3. Denver (4-12)
  4. Buffalo (4-12)
  5. Arizona (5-11)
  6. Cleveland (5-11)
  7. Dallas (6-10)
  8. New Orleans – from Washington (6-10)
  9. Houston (6-10)
  10. New England – from Minnesota (6-10)
  11. Detroit (6-10)
  12. San Francisco (6-10)
  13. Tennessee (6-10)
  14. St. Louis (7-9)
  15. Miami (7-9)
  16. Jacksonville (8-8)
  17. Oakland (8-8)
  18. San Diego (9-7)
  19. New York Giants (10-6)
  20. Tampa Bay (10-6)
  21. Philadelphia* (10-6)
  22. Kansas City* (10-6)
  23. Indianapolis* (10-6)
  24. New Orleans* (11-5)
  25. San Diego – from Seattle* (7-9)
  26. Baltimore* (12-4)
  27. Atlanta* (13-3)
  28. New England* (14-2)
  29. Green Bay* (10-6)
  30. New York Jets* (11-5)
  31. Chicago* (11-5)
  32. Pittsburgh* (12-4)

Seattle -> San Diego: Charlie Whitehurst
Washington -> New Orleans: Jammal Brown (pick could go to Eagles if Donovan McNabb meets certain criteria)
Minnesota -> New England: Randy Moss

Round 4

  1. Carolina (2-14)
  2. Seattle – from New England via Denver (4-12)
  3. Buffalo (4-12)
  4. Cincinnati (4-12)
  5. Cleveland (5-11)
  6. Arizona (5-11)
  7. Philadelphia – from Washington (6-10)
  8. Houston (6-10)
  9. Minnesota (6-10)
  10. Detroit (6-10)
  11. San Francisco (6-10)
  12. Tennessee (6-10)
  13. Dallas (6-10)
  14. Miami (7-9)
  15. St. Louis (7-9)
  16. Oakland (8-8)
  17. Jacksonville (8-8)
  18. San Francisco – from San Diego (9-7)
  19. Tampa Bay (10-6)
  20. New York Giants (10-6)
  21. Kansas City* (10-6)
  22. Indianapolis* (10-6)
  23. Philadelphia* (10-6)
  24. Jacksonville – from New Orleans* (11-5)
  25. Buffalo – from Seattle* (7-9)
  26. Baltimore* (12-4)
  27. Atlanta* (13-3)
  28. New England* (14-2)
  29. Green Bay* (10-6)
  30. New York Jets* (11-5)
  31. Chicago* (11-5)
  32. Pittsburgh* (12-4)

San Diego -> San Francisco: Donald Butler
New Orleans -> Jacksonville: Matt Tennant
Washington -> Philadelphia: Donovan McNabb (pick could go to Saints if Donovan McNabb doesn’t meet certain criteria)
Denver -> New England: Laurence Maroney
Seattle -> Buffalo: Marshawn Lynch
New England -> Seattle: Deion Branch

Round 5

  1. Carolina (2-14)
  2. Buffalo (4-12)
  3. Cincinnati (4-12)
  4. Tampa Bay – from Denver (4-12)
  5. Arizona (5-11)
  6. Cleveland (5-11)
  7. Houston (6-10)
  8. Minnesota (6-10)
  9. Detroit (6-10)
  10. San Francisco (6-10)
  11. Tennessee (6-10)
  12. Dallas (6-10)
  13. Washington (6-10)
  14. St. Louis (7-9)
  15. Miami (7-9)
  16. Jacksonville (8-8)
  17. Oakland (8-8)
  18. Philadelphia – from San Diego (9-7)
  19. Minnesota – from New York Giants (10-6)
  20. Tampa Bay (10-6)
  21. Indianapolis* (10-6)
  22. Philadelphia* (10-6)
  23. Kansas City* (10-6)
  24. Washington – from New Orleans* (11-5)
  25. Seattle* (7-9)
  26. Baltimore* (12-4)
  27. Atlanta* (13-3)
  28. New England* (14-2)
  29. Green Bay* (10-6)
  30. New York Jets* (11-5)
  31. Chicago* (11-5)
  32. Pittsburgh* (12-4)

Denver -> Tampa Bay: Syd’Quan Thompson and Jammie Kirlew
San Diego -> Philadelphia: Cam Thomas
Baltimore -> Seattle: Josh Wilson
New Orleans -> Washington: Jammal Brown

Round 6

  1. Carolina (2-14)
  2. Cincinnati (4-12)
  3. Cleveland – from Denver (4-12)
  4. Buffalo (4-12)
  5. Cleveland (5-11)
  6. Arizona (5-11)
  7. Minnesota (6-10)
  8. Seattle – from Detroit (6-10)
  9. San Francisco (6-10)
  10. Tennessee (6-10)
  11. Dallas (6-10)
  12. Washington (6-10)
  13. Houston (6-10)
  14. Miami (7-9)
  15. St. Louis (7-9)
  16. Oakland (8-8)
  17. Jacksonville (8-8)
  18. San Diego (9-7)
  19. Detroit – from Philadelphia via Tampa Bay (10-6)
  20. New York Giants (10-6)
  21. Philadelphia* (10-6)
  22. Kansas City* (10-6)
  23. Indianapolis* (10-6)
  24. New England – from New Orleans* (11-5)
  25. San Francisco – from Seattle* (7-9)
  26. Baltimore* (12-4)
  27. Atlanta* (13-3)
  28. Denver – from New England* (14-2)
  29. Green Bay* (10-6)
  30. New York Jets* (11-5)
  31. Chicago* (11-5)
  32. Pittsburgh* (12-4)

Tampa Bay -> Philadelphia: Reggie Brown
Philadelphia -> Detroit: Jamar Chaney
New Orleans -> New England: David Thomas
Denver -> Cleveland: Brady Quinn
Seattle -> San Francisco: Kentwan Balmer
New England -> Denver: Laurence Maroney
Detroit -> Seattle: Lawrence Jackson

Round 7

  1. Carolina (2-14)
  2. Denver (4-12)
  3. Buffalo (4-12)
  4. Cincinnati (4-12)
  5. New York Jets – from Arizona (5-11)
  6. Cleveland (5-11)
  7. San Francisco – from Detroit (6-10)
  8. San Francisco (6-10)
  9. Tennessee (6-10)
  10. Dallas (6-10)
  11. Washington (6-10)
  12. Houston (6-10)
  13. Minnesota (6-10)
  14. St. Louis (7-9)
  15. Miami (7-9)
  16. Miami – from Jacksonville (8-8)
  17. Oakland (8-8)
  18. Dallas – from San Diego (9-7)
  19. New York Giants (10-6)
  20. Tampa Bay (10-6)
  21. Kansas City* (10-6)
  22. Indianapolis* (10-6)
  23. Philadelphia* (10-6)
  24. New Orleans* (11-5)
  25. Seattle* (7-9)
  26. Baltimore* (12-4)
  27. Atlanta* (13-3)
  28. Atlanta – from New England* (14-2)
  29. Green Bay* (10-6)
  30. Detroit – from New York Jets* (11-5)
  31. Chicago* (11-5)
  32. Pittsburgh* (12-4)

Bears used 7th-round pick in supplemental draft
Cowboys used 7th-round pick in supplemental draft
New York Jets -> Detroit: Kevin O’Connell
Arizona -> New York Jets: Kerry Rhodes
Detroit -> San Francisco: Shaun Hill
Jacksonville -> Miami: Justin Smiley
New England -> Atlanta: Quinn Ojinnaka

WalterFoootball.com: 2011 NFL Draft Order.

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