RENTON — Tarvaris Jackson did some work with the first-team offense during Wednesday’s walk-through, but Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says the team is still in wait-and-see mode as far as determining Jackson’s status for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Carroll said Jackson will continue to get some reps with the starting unit this week in practice, but it sounds as if the focus will remain on Charlie Whitehurst getting enough reps to run the offense come Sunday.
Jackson missed the Browns game with a strained pectoral, an injury suffered in the third quarter of the Seahawks’ Week 5 win over the New York Giants.
“Throughout the week we’ll sprinkle it in,” Carroll said of Jackson’s work. “We’ve got to get Charlie, because we know he’s ready to go. But we’ll work to brig him (Jackson) back is what it will amount to now.”
That’s from a physical standpoint only. Carroll did not seem concerned about getting Jackson prepared from a gamepla