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Published: Friday, May 9, 2014, 6:31 p.m.

Seahawks draft offensive lineman Justin Britt to end 2nd round

The Seahawks used the last pick of the second round on Justin Britt, an offensive lineman from Missouri.

Britt, who measures 6-foot-5, 325 pounds, is listed as a tackle/guard/center, so it’s safe to assume the Seahawks see him as a versatile lineman. He started 13 games at left tackle last year, though with Russell Okung in place, that’s almost certainly not where the Seahawks see him. Britt could contend for the vacant job at right tackle, or could get a chance at guard with the Seahawks unsettled there as well.

Barring a trade up into the third round, the Seahawks are done until the fourth round kicks off Saturday morning. The Seahawks have a total of six picks Saturday (again, barring a trade before the third round ends).

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