NFC West News & Notes - 9/26/07

The Seahawks game against San Francisco will cause fans to revisit one of the more controversial decisions of the offseason in Seattle. At draft time, the Seahawks traded receiver Darrell Jackson to an in-division opponent for a fourth-round draft pick.
September 26, 2007

Insider analysis: Darrell Jackson

The 49ers spent more than $130 million during the offseason on free agents, but their most important newcomer may be Darrell Jackson, who enters the season as the No. 1 WR San Francisco has been lacking in recent years. Does Jackson have what it takes to fill that role with his new team? Seahawks expert Doug Farrar spends some time at SFI to tell us everything there is to know about Jackson.
September 3, 2007

Jackson Traded to 49ers

Rob Rang of has confirmed that the Seattle Seahawks have traded wide receiver Darrell Jackson to the San Francisco 49ers for a 4th round pick in the 2007 draft, the 124th pick overall.
April 29, 2007

NFC West: Draft Strategy News & Notes

In today's News & Notes: Seattle plans without a first-round pick; Rickymania may be moving to St. Louis, Mike Nolan sees a bit more clearly now, and the Cardinals weigh need vs. talent.
April 21, 2007

Action: Jackson?

Darrell Jackson's future with the Seahawks remains in question as the draft approaches. Seattle has stockpiled receivers. The team has also shopped Jackson to see what he might command in a trade.
April 1, 2007

Are the Seahawks Done Shopping?

The free-agent picture has become clearer for the Seahawks heading into the draft. The team still might add a veteran offensive lineman, but the big spending in free agency appears largely finished. Seattle added safeties Deon Grant and Brian Russell after giving up too many big plays last season.
March 25, 2007