The Seattle Seahawks will likely be without quarterback Tarvaris Jackson on Sunday when they take on the Cleveland Browns. Jackson is listed as doubtful with a pectoral injury that he suffered last week against the New York Giants. Jackson didn't practice all week, so it is highly unlikely he's going to play against the Browns. The Seahawks are officially calling Jackson a "game time" decision.
In his place, the Seahawks will start Charlie Whitehurst. Whitehurst took all of the first team reps this week in practice. In relief duty last week, Whitehurst completed 11 of 19 passes for 149 yards and a touchdown. He has a nice rapport with rookie wide receiver Doug Baldwin, so he will likely look his way often.
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