Report: Seahawks “working to trade up” in second round

May 1, 2015, 3:29 PM | Updated: Apr 8, 2016, 10:50 am

RENTON – Without a pick until No. 63 overall and a league-high 11 selections in all, it seemed entirely possible that the Seahawks would look to move up in the second round of the draft.

That is indeed the case, according to a report from Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Kelly Tweeted Friday that the Seahawks are “working” to trade up in the second round while the Dolphins are working to trade down. The Tweet didn’t specify whether both teams are discussing a trade with each other, but that would seem logical.

Miami holds the 15th pick in the second round, No. 47 overall. The 63rd overall pick, which Seattle holds, is the second-to-last selection in Round 2.

The second round begins at 4 PST.

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