With the NFL offseason quickly approaching the free-agency period, which begins on March 13, the Seattle Seahawks are still unsettled at the quarterback position. Despite incumbent starting quarterback Tarvaris Jackson remaining under contract for the 2012 season, Seahawks general manager John Schneider has already stated the team intends to pursue other options this offseason.
Tarvaris Jackson satisfied with playing for Seattle Seahawks – NFL News Tarvaris Jackson started his professional National Football League (NFL) career as a backup quarterback at Minnesota Vikings back in 2006. He played five season... Read Post
Seattle Seahawks trade quarterback Tarvaris Jackson to Buffalo Bills – NFL News As Seattle Seahawks have made the announcement that their rookie Russell Wilson will be the starting quarterback for the 2012 season, they have also con... Read Post
The Seattle Seahawks made a lot of changes this offseason, but the most questionable change that was made was dumping Matt Hasselbeck in favor of Tarvaris Jackson. Head coach Pete Carroll did not want to rest on his laurels and come... Read Post