Tarvaris Jackson is headed to Buffalo.
According to a report from NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, the Seattle Seahawks have come to an agreement with the Bills to deal their starting quarterback in 2011 in return for what is currently undisclosed.
Breaking: The #Seahawks will trade QB Tarvaris Jackson to the #Bills, two sources tell me. Finalized soon. Terms not yet available
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 26, 2012
Jackson became the odd man out when the Seahawks acquired Matt Flynn in the offseason and then drafted this season’s likely-starter Russell Wilson in the 2012 NFL draft. With starting experience and a veteran presence many teams could use, Jackson became an expendable piece beneficial to a team he may be better-suited for.
Unfortunately, the Bills do not appear to be that team.
The Bills are similarly stocked full at the quarterback position with incumbent starter Ryan Fitzpatrick and former first-rounder Vince Young on the roster. Jackson is likely joining a situation likea...