We interrupt this regularly scheduled post game glee-fest to give attention to a sobering reality regarding the glut of talent in the Seahawks receiving corps, and the quietly unhappy Darryl Jackson.
Taken from Len Pasquarelli at ESPN.com:
"Wide receiver Darrell Jackson had seven catches, two of them for touchdowns, in Seattle's victory over the New York Giants on Sunday. But it still won't be surprising, especially if Deion Branch picks up the offense quickly, if the Seahawks dangle Jackson before the trade deadline. Jackson wore a hand-written message on his cleats last week, "I need DB money," referring to Branch's new six-year, $39 million deal in Seattle and alluding to his desire for a new contract. Jackson is a talented guy, but some Seattle players don't feel they can count on him to stay healthy, and team officials are bored by his complaining about his contract."
Stop it, Darryl. Ask for DB money after you've played a DB season - one where you haven't missed several games to injury.
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