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Meet The Seahawks 2019 NFL Draft Class

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The Seahawks entered draft week with just four picks, but through a series of trades ahead of and throughout the annual selection process, Seattle came away with 11 new players.

Below, take a look at the team's 2019 NFL Draft class, coupled with links to Seahawks.com content surrounding each draft pick that you might have missed.

Round 1, No. 29 Overall: DE L.J. Collier, TCU
By Tom Day

Collier: "I'm a hard-nosed, physical guy. I play every down, I'm not just a pass rusher, I'm an all-around player. That's what I bring to the game. I get off the ball and go 110% every time."

Twitter: @ljcollier91

Round 2, No. 47 Overall: SS Marquise Blair, Utah

Blair: "I can be physical in the box and I can cover in the back area."

Instagram: legit_king1

WATCH: John Schneider & Pete Carroll Call Marquise Blair

WATCH: Marquise Blair College Highlights

WATCH: Marquise Blair Gives Shout Out To 12s

WATCH: Jordan Babineaux Gives Shout Out To Marquise Blair

WATCH: Walter Jones Gives Shout Out To Marquise Blair

LISTEN: Marquise Blair Draft Conference Call

 

Round 2, No. 64 Overall: WR DK Metcalf, Ole Miss

Metcalf: "I feel like I'm a complete receiver. I can run routes, I can catch the ball and I love blocking."

Twitter: @dkmetcalf14

Instagram: dk_metcalf14

WATCH: John Schneider & Pete Carroll Call DK Metcalf

WATCH: DK Metcalf College Highlights

WATCH: DK Metcalf Gives Shout Out To 12s

WATCH: Steve Largent Gives Shout Out To DK Metcalf

WATCH: Pete Carroll Goes Shirtless To Meet DK Metcalf at NFL Combine

LISTEN: DK Metcalf Draft Conference Call

 

Round 3, No. 88 Overall: LB Cody Barton, Utah

Barton: "I'm just excited to go there and compete with the team and compete during camp and just learn as much as I can. I'm honored for this opportunity and I'm very grateful."

WATCH: John Schneider & Pete Carroll Call Cody Barton

WATCH: Cody Barton College Highlights

WATCH: Cody Barton Gives Shout Out To 12s

LISTEN: Cody Barton Draft Conference Call

 

Round 4, No. 120 Overall: WR Gary Jennings, West Virginia

Jennings: "I have great hands, I have great speed and I'm a playmaker. When a play needs to be made at the end of the game, or in crucial situations, I'm the guy to go to."

Twitter: _gman12

Instagram: _gman12

WATCH: John Schneider & Pete Carroll Call Gary Jennings

WATCH: Gary Jennings College Highlights

LISTEN: Gary Jennings Draft Conference Call

 

Round 4, No. 124 Overall: G Phil Haynes, Wake Forest

Haynes: "I'm a physical guy who loves to run block. I'm also a decent pass blocker. I think that's why I got picked by the Seahawks because they love to run and I can definitely help out there."

Twitter: @PhilHaynes95

Instagram: phil__haynes

WATCH: John Schneider & Pete Carroll Call Phil Haynes

WATCH: Phil Haynes College Highlights

LISTEN: Phil Haynes Draft Conference Call

 

Round 4, No. 132 Overall: FS Ugo Amadi, Oregon

Amadi: "I can go out and get the ball back to our offense. That's my strength. I can get the ball back. I'm very instinctive; quick and fast. I know how to play the deep ball. I'm your all-around DB."

Twitter: @UAmadi7_

Instagram: uamadi7

WATCH: John Schneider & Pete Carroll Call Ugo Amadi

WATCH: Ugo Amadi College Highlights

WATCH: Deon Grant Gives Shout Out To Ugo Amadi

LISTEN: Ugo Amadi Draft Conference Call

 

Round 5, No. 142 Overall: LB Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington

Burr-Kirven: "I know I'm a guy who's hopefully going to be a core special teamer for them and go down and do the dirty work, cover kicks, block, all that kind of stuff. That's probably where it starts, and hopefully I earn the trust and get a chance to show what I can do on defense too."

Twitter: @benbk25

Instagram: benbk25

WATCH: John Schneider & Pete Carroll Call Ben Burr-Kirven

WATCH: Ben Burr-Kirven College Highlights

LISTEN: Ben Burr-Kirven Draft Conference Call

 

Round 6, No. 209 Overall: DT Demarcus Christmas, Florida State

Homer: "I like to be very physical. I like to be very physical but I also like to cut on them and use moves if I have the opportunity. I think that my physicality sets that up down the road as the game goes on."

Twitter: @travishomer4

Instagram: travis.homer

WATCH: John Schneider & Pete Carroll Call Travis Homer

WATCH: Travis Homer College Highlights

LISTEN: Travis Homer Draft Conference Call

 

Round 6, No. 209 Overall: DT Demarcus Christmas, Florida State

Christmas: "I'm a run-stuffer. I really work on technique, I can pass-rush."

Twitter: @d_christmas_90

Instagram: og_christmas_

WATCH: John Schneider & Pete Carroll Call Demarcus Christmas

WATCH: Demarcus Christmas College Highlights

LISTEN: Demarcus Christmas Draft Conference Call

 

Round 7, No. 236 Overall: WR John Ursua, Hawaii

Ursua: "I love Coach Pete, I love their staff. It's just such an honor that they would do that for me--trade one of next year's picks for me. It was a huge blessing for me."

Twitter: @johnursua5

Instagram: johnursua

 WATCH: John Ursua College Highlights

LISTEN: John Ursua Draft Conference Call

  

 

 

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— Doug Baldwin Jr (@DougBaldwinJr) May 13, 2019

 

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 Seahawks Part Ways With Safety Kam Chancellor & Receiver Doug Baldwin

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John Boyle Seahawks.com Reporter

The Seahawks parted ways with a pair of franchise icons who helped bring a Lombardi Trophy, two NFC championships and multiple playoff berths to Seattle, terminating the contracts of receiver Doug Baldwin and safety Kam Chancellor with failed physical designations.

The move was an expected one in the case of Chancellor, who spent all of the 2018 season on the reserve/physically unable to perform list because of a neck injury sustained in 2017. Baldwin, who joined the team as an undrafted rookie in 2011 and went on to become one of the best receivers in franchise history, battled numerous injuries throughout the 2018 season, and had multiple surgeries this offseason.

“The Seahawks have made the difficult decision to terminate/failed physical Doug Baldwin and Kam Chancellor,” Seahawks general manager John Schneider said. “These are two of the most iconic players in franchise history and both were instrumental in establishing our championship culture, great examples of competitiveness and leadership on the field and in the community. These legendary players will always be a part of our Seahawks family.”

Chancellor, a fifth-round pick in the 2010 draft, became a leader and tone-setter for some of the best defenses in franchise history, and helped the Seahawks lead the NFL in scoring defense for four straight seasons from 2012-2015, a first in the Super Bowl era. A four-time Pro-Bowler and two-time second-team All-Pro, Chancellor was twice named the team’s Steve Largent Award winner, and was voted a team captain by his teammates three times.

Baldwin, a difference-maker both on and off the field, didn’t just make the roster as an undrafted rookie in 2011, he went on to lead the Seahawks in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns that year. Over the course of eight seasons, Baldwin set the franchise record for touchdown catches in a season with 14 in 2015, and matched the team record for receptions in a season with 94 in 2016. A two-time Pro-Bowler, Baldwin’s 49 career receiving touchdowns are second only to Hall of Famer Steve Largent in franchise history, and his 493 catches and receiving 6,563 yards rank third behind Largent and Brian Blades.

Thank You Doug Baldwin

Doug Baldwin over his eight year career with the Seahawks that saw the two time Pro Bowler finish end second on the franchise list for touchdown receptions.

Thank You Kam Chancellor

Check out career highlights for four time Pro Bowl safety Kam Chancellor over his nine year career with the Seahawks.

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Twitter reacts to the Seahawks release of Kam Chancellor and Doug Baldwin

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“A Great Contributor In So Many Ways,” Doug Baldwin Made A Difference On The Field And Off

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 By John Boyle

Doug Baldwin’s Seahawks career came to an end on Thursday when his contract was terminated with a failed physical designation, but his impact on the team and the region will long be remembered by both Seahawks fans and by the number of people whose lives he affected with his tireless work in the community.

“He has been an extraordinary part of this program since we’ve been here,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said last month after reports surfaced that Baldwin could have to retire due to injuries. “He has given us everything he has had, been a great competitor and player and all that. We believe in him so much and trust in him so much that wherever this goes, we’re going to support him forever. He has been a great contributor in so many ways, not just on the team but in the community and everything else. He has been awesome.”

More: “A Great Contributor In So Many Ways,” Doug Baldwin Made A Difference On The Field And Off

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“A Great Football Player And Leader In Our Program,” Kam Chancellor Left An Impressive Legacy With Seahawks

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By John Boyle

Kam Chancellor wasn’t ready to lead when Seahawks coach Pete Carroll first suggested that the young safety had that ability in him despite his status as a rookie.

“Coach, I haven’t even done anything yet,” was Chancellor’s response, he recalled years later.

More: “A Great Football Player And Leader In Our Program,” Kam Chancellor Left An Impressive Legacy With Seahawks

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