Just as he was a year ago, Tarvaris Jackson was there competing as one of Seattle’s quarterbacks when training camp opened in 2013.
In between, though, a lot changed for both Jackson and the Seahawks, as Jayson Jenks detailed in this story for the Sunday paper. Jenks also wrote about the qualities that endeared Jackson to his Seattle teammates.
Times columnist Jerry Brewer, meanwhile, wrote that an older, wiser, Golden Tate could be the X factor for the Seahawks this season.
In other news. …
— Fun video here as the NFL Network shows Richard Sherman and Percy Harvin looking at their best plays of 2012;
— On this date in 1975 the team began receiving season-ticket applications;
— ESPN.com’s Mike Sando details what newly-acquired LB O’Brien Schofield could offer the Seahawks;
— Sando also looks at the popularity of camps in the NFC West;
— Seahawks.com focuses on Doug Baldwin;
— Matt Flynn suggested that his personality didn’t really mesh with that of Pete Carroll;
— Panthers101 looks at the importance for Carolina of the opener against the Seahawks.