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Similar to last week, Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson was a limited participant in practice this week, taking reps during 9-on-7 running drills and according to head coach Pete Carroll and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, taking reps and throwing the ball during walk through. Bevell said the team will walk a fine line between getting Jackson ready to play, but pushing him too much so that he re-injures the strained pectoral muscle that kept him out of the Cleveland game. “You’re always trying to walk the line of how much do you give them because you’d love him to …
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Jackson missed last week's game because of a strained pectoral muscle. He has been limited in practice.
Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson limited in practice.
RENTON -- Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson is listed as questionable on the Seahawks injury report.It appears much more likely he will play though after Friday's walk-through workout in which he did the most extensive throwing he has done since injuring his right pectoral muscle on Oct. 9 at New York."This is probably my best day, today," he said. "I still...
Dave Boling of The News Tribune writes that Charlie Whitehurst demonstrated why he is a backup with his performance against Cleveland on Sunday, and that Seattle Seahawks fans should be wishing Tarvaris Jackson a speedy recovery. “Boling: All those Seahawks fans fomenting a quarterback controversy in recent weeks likely spent much of Sunday afternoon united in a common sentiment...
Tarvaris Jackson completed his most extensive day of practice since suffering a pectoral injury three weeks ago and appears likely to return for the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Jackson went through pregame warmups with the team last week in Cleveland before the Seahawks ultimately decided to give him another week and give Charlie Whitehurst the starting nod.
Tarvaris Jackson sounds as if he's ready to return to action for the Seahawks on Sunday. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
RENTON — Pete Carroll remains non-committal as to who the Seahawks’ starting quarterback will be against the Bengals on Sunday.
Tarvaris Jackson is, after all, still listed as questionable on the official injury report.
But listening to both Carroll...
Seahawks beat writer KShell is tired, and angry about the the Sunday Week 7 NFL action versus the Cleveland Browns. This game was so dreadful to watch he almost went back to bed. For whatever reason despite the no huddle offense working for both Tarvaris Jackson and Charlie Whitehurst the Seahawks didn't run it once.
The Seahawks limp into this weeks game against Cincinnati with some major injury problems on the injured list. On the positive side of things, it looks like some key pieces are returning. On the other hand, the Seahawks lost another CB for the year when Walter Thurmond broke his leg in last week’s game. The quality of the depth on this team is definitely being tested.Tarvaris...
Only one team in the NFC west has a REAL shot at the playoffs as it stands after week 7. The NFC West leading San Francisco 49ers. We all know lots can change though. This is after all the NFC West we're talking about. The Seattle Seahawks led by Tarvaris Jackson, Marshawn Lynch, Zach Miller and Earl Thomas hope to make a run. Week 8 NFC West previews...
RENTON -- Running back Marshawn Lynch is returning to practice, and expected to be available for Sunday's game against Cincinnati.
Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson will resume practicing with the first-unit offense, too, but his status will be more limited. Same for tight end Zach Miller and center Max Unger.
"We're getting some guys coming back that maybe could help us...
Jackson, Miller, Lynch, Unger limited for Seahawks
div<div class="entry-summary>(AP) — Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson was one of four starters who were limited in practice for the Seattle Seahawks, raising the possibility Jackson may miss a second straight game with a pectoral strain.
Jackson, running back Marshawn Lynch (back), center Max Unger (foot...
(AP) — Charlie Whitehurst played well enough two weeks ago in relief of injured starter Tarvaris Jackson that, for a bit, the debate about who should be the Seattle Seahawks' starting quarterback was rekindled.
Seattle's offensive slog in Sunday's 6-3 loss wasn't among the worst performances in team history.