The Seahawks have secured yet another victory in their ongoing rivalry with the 49ers.
Per multiple sources, Seattle and San Francisco were both pursuing quarterback Terrelle Pryor from the Raiders. In the end, Seattle won.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Seahawks gave up a seventh-round pick for Pryor. The 49ers presumably offered less; possibly, a conditional low-round pick in 2015 based on Pryor making the 53-man roster in 2014.
It makes sense that the 49ers and Seahawks, both low on the waiver priority list, would pursue Pryor via trade. They had little shot at him if he had been waived.
The Seahawks had no shot, absent a trade. They are at the bottom of the waiver list throughout the offseason and into the first few weeks of the regular season. If the 49ers were interested, they would have secured Pryor via waivers over Seattle.