Seattle Seahawks Need to Cut Tarvaris Jackson If They Love Russell Wilson

May 16, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's time to let Tarvaris Jackson go.
It's simply unfair to go through the charade of including him in a quarterback competition everyone knows he will not win. And it's just as unfair to make him battle a rookie for a backup spot, when it seems obvious Pete Carroll favors the rookie.
Let Jackson go find another team where he might be able to be the backup quarterback. If Carroll does not let him go before training camp, Jackson will end up out on the street when the Seahawks inevitably cut him at some point in camp. And that's just not fair to a guy who toughed it out like Jackson did last season and has played the good soldier this offseason.
It was already clear that the Seahawks were not satisfied with Jackson (and rightfully so). That's why they signed Matt Flynn. But then they did something crazy: They fell in love with Russell Wilson—so much that they drafted him in the third round. And their love grew more profound when he put on a clinic at their rookie ca...

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