UPDATE: Per ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, the Seahawks are expected to sign Tarvaris Jackson to a one-year contract. Read on to see how Jackson's return to Seattle could affect the Seahawks QB corps.
Sometimes as a professional football player you have to know when to check your ego at the door in order to create an opportunity for you to succeed in the NFL. It appears that may be exactly what quarterback Tarvaris Jackson has in mind. After being released by the Buffalo Bills on Monday, Jackson is slated to meet with the Seattle Seahawks -- the team for which he was the starting QB two years ago -- about joining the team as a back up to Russell Wilson, according to ESPN NFL Insider John Clayton.