The former MSU defensive lineman was drafted in the second round, No. 35 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks. Making his first career start at defensive end against Northwestern on October 15, McDowell registered a career-high 11 tackles, including two for losses (11 yards) and a half sack (4 yards).
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McDowell, though, was the opposite.
McDowell is 6 feet 6, 295 pounds and entered the draft after his junior season.
This is a crucial draft for the Seahawks as the heart of Seattle's Super Bowl teams inch closer to the end of their peak. The Seahawks could also look to bolster the offensive line with Outland Trophy victor Cam Robinson, who went undrafted on the first day.
"I was a little stiff, I had a little gimpy walk", Jones said. "I've had an very bad lot of coaches say, 'If we could unlock the potential in this kid we'll have something special'". "I'm just here with the family". But the Seahawks had chances Thursday at the 26th and 31st spots in the first round, and traded down.
The Seahawks had the NFL's fifth-best defense last season and want to remain among the best in the league.
The rest of Seattle's day was kept stationary as the Seahawks added five more picks before the night was complete. Furthermore, Pete Carroll should be able to fix any effort issues that McDowell may have.
The Seahawks paid them too until the magic cap room they had been playing with ran out. Malcolm Butler is under contract and could be moved, though he's not as tall as Seattle typically likes its cornerbacks.