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Should the Seattle Seahawks consider sitting Tarvaris Jackson down for the rest of the season? How has he success of Tim Tebow and Cam Newton changed the way NFL teams evaluate the quarterback position, and Seattle’s pursuit of a franchise quarterback? Should Seattle consider drafting a Mike Wallace-type of receiver in the first round? And how will the Seahawks contain an explosive Philadelphia offense on Thursday? Eric Williams of the Tacoma News Tribune and Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com tee up those questions and others in this week’s Seahawks Insider podcast. <param name="FlashVars" … Read more »
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