The arrivals of Matt Flynn and Russell Wilson have all but shown Tarvaris Jackson the door.
Last season Jackson started 14 games for the Seahawks and led them to a 7-7 record under his watch. Impressively enough, he bolstered career highs in completion percentage, touchdowns and yards, all while playing through a torn pectoral muscle.
Does anyone remember what coach Carroll said when he acquired Jackson? Well if you don't, let me remind you."He has not been in a good situation. He's been jerked around. We wanted to put him in a stable situation."
Being demoted to third-string and put on the trading block doesn't really scream stable. However, the NFL is a business and Seattle needs to do everything they can to win now. San Francisco isn't slowing down any and another third place finish just isn't going to cut it.
While his days as a starter may be over in the emerald city, there are plenty of teams looking for a stable No. 2 quarterback. Why don't we take a look at who may have interest in the six year veteran.