Seahawks trade back in first round, getting Broncos’ first- and third-rounders

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PHOENIX, AZ - JANUARY 27: General manager John Schneider of the Seattle Seahawks addresses the media at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day Fueled by Gatorade inside U.S. Airways Center on January 27, 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

SEATTLE – The Seattle Seahawks made a trade all right, but it wasn’t as dramatic as some thought it would be.

Seattle traded its first-round pick, No. 26 overall, to the Denver Broncos while the Seahawks were on the clock.

In return, the Hawks got the Broncos’ first-round pick – No. 31 overall – as well as a third-rounder, the 94th pick overall.

At the time of the trade, big names including UCLA linebacker Myles Jack and Mississippi defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche were still on the board.

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