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RENTON, Wash. (AP) — The Seattle Seahawks took care of two needs on the second day of the NFL draft but still have to address the gaps on their offensive line.
That'll be the focus on the final day when the Seahawks have six draft picks and will be trying to add depth while needing to replace two starters on the offensive line. Seattle was supposed to have 11 picks on the final two days, but sent three of those picks to Washington to trade up in the third round and draft Kansas State wide receiver Tyler Lockett on Friday. Seattle also selected Michigan defensive end Frank Clark in the second round.
Seattle will have two fourth-round picks, one in the fifth round, two in the sixth and one in the seventh.
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