Steve Wyche from NFL.com has written a piece on how the Julian Peterson / Cory Redding trade could have implications on the draft. But perhaps of more interest is a remark on how the Seahawks intend to draft.
"Peterson’s departure could put Seattle in the running for Curry, but the Seahawks, according to a league source, appear to be leaning toward an offensive “playmaker.” Although the Seahawks signed Bengals free-agent WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh in free agency, they could be looking at someone to stretch the field like Texas Tech WR Michael Crabtree" - Steve Wyche
Sam Monson looks at the 'Crabtree conundrum'. "There are now people looking at Michael Crabtree and saying 'He's a 6'1 WR who might run a 4.7 40, coming from an Offense that gives any receiver huge numbers – we can't take him here.'" - Monson
Chris Sullivan has written a nice piece on Seahawks QB coach Bill Lazor attending the Kansas State pro-day. The obvious focus of attention was quarter back Josh Freeman. He has a huge arm and eye catching size (6'6", 252 lbs) but is prone to make bad reads.
Kyle Rota has published scouting reports on Connecticut's Donald Brown (RB) and William Beatty (OT). Rota compares Beatty to Jets offensive tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson and praises Brown's vision and instincts.
Chris Steuber interviews Louisville center Eric Wood. On the prospect of shifting to guard, "A lot of teams like me as a center, because that’s what I played. But hopefully I showed them at the Senior Bowl that I can play guard as well, because my chances of being drafted as a center were small." - Eric Wood.