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According to Joe Buscaglia of WGR 550 in Buffalo, the Bills have released quarterback Tarvaris Jackson.
Tarvaris Jackson released by the #Bills
— Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia) June 10, 2013
It looks like Kevin Kolb and rookie E.J. Manuel will compete for the Bills starting quarterback job.
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The Buffalo Bills have released quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, per WGR550′s Joe Buscaglia. Photo Credit: BuffaloBills.com Jackson, 30, was originally picked up by the club as an insurance policy via trade with the Seattle Seahawks in exchange of a seventh round pick last September, but he ultimately never saw the field during the regular season. His short, but strange stint with...
Former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson can soon drop the word “former” from that title, as ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter reports that Jackson is set to sign a one-year deal in Seattle. Jackson’s return to the Northwest marks the latest turn in the Seahawks’ backup quarterback adventure that began when head coach Pete Carroll tapped rookie Russell Wilson to start...
It looks like Tarvaris Jackson is out in Buffalo, which means that Kolb has won the battle and Manuel is on the verge of being the franchise quarterback for the Bills
Aside from dropping $500,000 in bonus money to Jackson back in February the Bills didn’t really lose much in letting the veteran quarterback go now. Also the fact that they are so comfortable releasing Jackson now...
Yesterday the Buffalo Bills released backup quarterback Tarvaris Jackson. When the Bills released 2012 starter Ryan Fitzpatrick, it was thought that Jackson would compete for the starting job with Kevin Kolb but everything changed when they drafted E.J. Manuel as the first QB taken in the draft. Manuel must have shown enough during OTA’s for the Bills to feel comfortable releasing...
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The Buffalo Bills have cut veteran quarterback Tarvaris Jackson leaving the team with Kevin Kolb and rookie E.J. Manuel.
Jackson briefly was considered an option to start for the Bills before the team signed Kolb and later drafted Manuel. Signed to a $2.25 million contract in February the Bills only guaranteed $500,000 to Jackson.
With Tim Tebow signing with...
Tarvaris Jackson is set to return to the last place he had any success as a starting quarterback in the NFL. This time we all know he’s going to be a backup.
Adam Schefter is reporting that Jackson is set to sign a one year deal with the Seattle Seahawks as an insurance policy for Russell Wilson.
Former Bills QB Tarvaris Jackson expected to sign a one-year deal with Seattle...
Rookie quarterback EJ Manuel took a big step forward in the competition to win the Buffalo Bills starting job after the team released veteran Tarvaris Jackson on Monday.
The move was announced by the team in a one-sentence release. And it came a day before the Bills open a three-day mandatory minicamp - the team's final sessions before the start of training camp next month....
The Bills cut ties with quarterback Tarvaris Jackson on Monday. SOURCE: Joe Buscaglia, WGR 550Fantasy Spin:Jackson hasn't taken an NFL snap since 2011. With Jackson out of the picture, Kevin Kolb and rookie E.J. Manuel will battle for the starting job in Buffalo.
BY DAN BEGNOCHEThe Buffalo Bills announced the release of quarterback Tarvaris Jackson Monday; our apologies if we don't seem more surprised.The eight-year veteran failed to turn any heads this offseason while splitting snaps with fellow signal-caller Kevin Kolb, which seemed like the only way he would have a chance at making the Bills' squad. (photo: Ronald Woan, Flickr...
Well it looks like Kevin Kolb has won the battle to mentor and keep the Buffalo Bills quarterback seat warm until EJ Manuel is ready to assume control.
Around The League is reporting that the Buffalo Bills have released quarterback Tarvaris Jackson after giving him $500,ooo to re-sign with the team in February.
Jackson split first-team quarterback reps with Kevin Kolb throughout...
Veteran quarterback Tarvaris Jackson – who was placed on
waivers by the Buffalo Bills on Monday – is heading to Seattle in the next few
days to visit with the Seahawks, according to John Clayton of ESPN.
Entering the league as a second-round pick of the Minnesota
Vikings, Jackson joined the Seahawks prior to the 2011 season. He became the
team’s starting quarterback, but...
ESPN’s John Clayton reports free agent QB Tarvaris Jackson will visit with the Seattle Seahawks “in the next day or two.”
Clayton adds that multiple sources have informed him that signing Jackson remains a possibility.
Seattle traded Jackson to the Bills last year after it became clear that Russell Wilson was going to be their starting quarterback. The Seahawks added Brady...