The Seahawks did not make a pick on day one. I knew they would be picking right around 5 PM on day two, so I stopped by one of those places with a 30 foot TV screen to watch it unfold. I walked in and sat down by two young guys both wearing Seahawks gear. I noticed the Seahawk pick was up, but Jacksonville was using it to pick a guy I knew the Seahawks liked, so I asked these two guys what was going on. They told me the Seahawks traded down in the draft order, and would be coming back up again after a few more teams made selections. So we sat there waiting for the Seahawks to pick. But before the Seahawks came up, these two guys got up and started to leave. I said “you’re not going to hang around and see who they pick?” One guy looked at me and said “they picked a receiver from Colorado. The TV is delayed ten minutes, but you can get it live on your phone.” I’m sure they walked away wondering how that old guy survives, being so clueless about technology. I have a smartphone, but it wouldn’t occur to me to watch the NFL draft on damn thing. Which had me wondering why these young guys bothered to sit in front of a 30 foot TV screen if they were watching the draft on their phones? Must be a generational thing?