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T-Jack heading back west

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Former Viking Travarias Jackson's NFL career is not done yet.

After being cut by the Bills earlier this week, spurring speculation that Jackson may be done in the league, multiple media reports have him headed back to the team which he started 14 games for just two years ago, the Seattle Seahawks.

Darrell Bevell, former Vikings offensive coordinator from 2006-2010, was with T-Jack for every one of his 20 Viking starts, and is undoubtedly one of the men behind getting Jackson back to the west coast, in a supposed one year deal.

The Minnesota-to-Seattle pipeline has been strong in the past few years, and Jackson will re-join former Vikings Sidney Rice, Percy Harvin, and Heath Farwell to name a few as members of the squad that took care of the purple 30-20 in 2012.

Jackson is expected to compete with Brady Quinn for backup quarterback duties behind phenom Russell Wilson.

Of the many outrageous moments Travarias had in his time here, we thought we'd remind you of one particularly painful one.

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