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T-Jack expected to start again next year

After several tumultuous season in Minnesota, Tarvaris Jackson looks like he's found a home in Seattle. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said yesterday that he's comfortable with Jackson starting again next year, despite some ups and downs this season.
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After several tumultuous season in Minnesota, Tarvaris Jackson looks like he's found a home in Seattle. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said yesterday that he's comfortable with Jackson starting again next year, despite some ups and downs this season.

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