Do Seattle Seahawks Get Good Grades For Their Six Trades?

April 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Pete Carroll and John Schneider, the brain trust of the Seahawks, have now completed six trades in the past two months, all of them involving veteran players.
After a couple of iffy-value deals involving quarterbacks in March, the Hawks nailed it on draft weekend in trades that brought them veteran running backs and more.
Gone are guard Rob Sims, defensive end Darryl Tapp, and quarterback Seneca Wallace. Arriving are defensive linemen Chris Clemons, Robert Henderson and Kevin Vickerson, running backs Leon Washington and LenDale White, and quarterback Charlie Whitehurst.
The Seahawks also picked up seven draft choices (one in 2011) and gave up six (one in 2011).
Overall, we give the Seahawks a record of 3-2-1 and a trade grade of B.
Here’s a look at each trade and an early take on whether the Seahawks won or lost in the deal:
Wallace to Cleveland
Details: On March 8, the Hawks get a conditional seventh-rounder (possible sixth) in 2011...

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