NFL Draft order set

With supplemental draft picks being awarded last week, the NFL is now able to finalize its draft order for next month’s draft, and the official order was released Thursday.

From a Seahawks standpoint, the only news is that the seventh-round pick Seattle sent to Minnesota in the Percy Harvin trade was pick No. 214, which was Seattle’s highest pick in the round, one it got from Buffalo in the Tarvaris Jackson trade. Here are the Seahawks’ ten picks:

Round (pick No.)

2 (56)

3 (87)

4 (123)

5 (138, from Oakland)

5 (158)

6 (194)

7 (220, from New Orleans)

7 (231)

7 (241)

7 (242)

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