Frustrated Tarvaris Jackson Will ‘Do My Job, Collect My Check’

Buffalo Bills quarterback Tarvaris Jackson speaks with the media following organized team activities at Bills Healthy Zone Fieldhouse in May. (Photo: Timothy T. Ludwig, USA TODAY Sports)

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Buffalo Bills quarterback Tarvaris Jackson speaks with the media following organized team activities at Bills Healthy Zone Fieldhouse in May. (Photo: Timothy T. Ludwig, USA TODAY Sports)
Buffalo Bills quarterback Tarvaris Jackson speaks with the media following organized team activities at Bills Healthy Zone Fieldhouse in May. (Photo: Timothy T. Ludwig, USA TODAY Sports)

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Tarvaris Jackson spent seven years trying to earn the starting job as quarterback of an NFL team. Now, as he prepares for his eighth season and a second stint with the Seattle Seahawks, he has a new outlook.

“I could have gone to other teams, but I’m in the eighth year of my career now, and I’m just trying to get to the Super Bowl,” he said. “I’m all about winning championships. I feel like that was my best chance among the teams I could choose from.”

Forgive Jackson if he doesn’t sound quite as competitive as he used to be.

The last two years have been frustrating, downright mystifying at times, for a player who feels he has shown he has what it takes to be an NFL starting quarterback.

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