Seattle Seahawks wrap up 2014 NFL Draft with intriguing safety pick

With their last scheduled pick after multiple trades, the Seattle Seahawks picked Eric Pinkins, a safety from San Diego State. Pinkins is just shy of six-foot-three and 220 pounds. He can really jump, with big vertical and broad jump numbers to boot. That weight could make him really effective in multiple DB packages on the inside against tight ends and slot receivers as well. Pinkins...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
May 10, 2014  |  Discuss
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