- Eric D. Williams, ESPN Staff Writer
Owners of the No. 32 and final pick in the first round of this year's draft by virtue of the team's first Super Bowl win, the Seattle Seahawks still can get a player who can help them defend their title in 2014.
Seattle could use another playmaking receiver, along with help at cornerback and defensive and offensive line to replace players who left in free agency.
ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay's fourth 2014 NFL mock draft is available at ESPN Insider, and his selection for the Seahawks should help fill the void at a positional need.
4dDoug Clawson, ESPN Stats & Information