SEATTLE (AP) — It’s no secret Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider likes to make draft-related trades. He’s made 25 or so deals involving draft picks since arriving in Seattle in 2010. Having a clear line of communication with other general managers around the league and being able to quickly make decisions in collaboration with his staff and head coach Pete Carroll is paramount to Schneider’s draft strategy. Making similar moves in a remote situation is one of Schneider's concerns going into this year's NFL draft. Seattle has seven picks, beginning with No. 27 overall in the first round. But Seattle believes in quantity and is likely to make moves to land more selections.