With the draft less than six hours away, common sense would suggest the Seahawks football offices are bursting with activity.
It’s quite the opposite, actually.
After nearly a year of homework and a month of intense preparation, the organization’s draft prep is done, leaving the Renton headquarters about as quiet and calm as possible. The scouts and team executives have relentlessly studied for the coming three-day test, so cramming isn’t necessary or even an option. In fact, their work is so complete that many staffers went home early last night and will arrive at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center closer to lunchtime today.