Tarvaris Jackson has not played since straining his right pectoral against the Giants three weeks ago, but the Seahawks’ starting quarterback took a giant step toward returning in Friday’s practice.
There’s questionable, and then there’s questionable. Tarvaris Jackson is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals, but the Seahawks’ starting quarterback is a lot less questionable after he threw more in practice on Friday than at any time since straining his right pectoral against the New York Giants three weeks ago. “I still kind of feel it when I throw a little bit,” Jackson said. “But I already kind of got it in my head that there’s going to be some pain when I throw a little bit, there will be a little soreness. That’s not the point. The point is having all my tools in the box so I can make all the throws and not be affected by my pec.” Said coach Pete Carroll, “It’s encouraging. I think he has a chance to play if he can get through these two days.” So the big question now: How will the shoulder on his throwing arm feel on Saturday morning after Jackson’s extended stint on Friday afternoon? “Tarvaris had his best day in the last couple weeks,��%