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February 12, 2015 at 9:30 AM

Poll: What Seahawks’ position needs the most attention?

NFL teams will head to the Combine early next week — it officially runs Tuesday-Sunday — as preparations for the Draft take another step.

The Draft, recall, is April 30-May 2, this year held in Chicago — a week earlier than last year.

We’ll be at the Combine to also begin kicking off our own draft coverage.

As noted in the blog post below, the Seahawks should have at least 10 picks. But the picks they enter the draft with are rarely what they end it with as Seattle is known for its propensity to trade down and accumulate more picks — the Seahawks turned six picks into nine last season.

With what may be some more specific needs — receiver, defensive line, offensive line? — maybe this becomes a year the Seahawks do some things to move up.

Free agency will have come and basically gone by the time the draft rolls around, and that could answer some questions, as well, about what Seattle needs in the draft.

For now, here’s a general question asking the positions you think the Seahawks most need to address in the off-season:

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