Tarvaris Jackson returned to the Seahawks as a free agent in 2013 after they had traded him to Buffalo in 2012, and he played a key backup role to Russell Wilson for Seattle's Championship run. He now may find himself with a chance at an encore performance as the Seahawks steady veteran reserve quarterback. Jackson is set to become a free agent, but according to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, the Seahawks want him back and there's mutual interest there.

"Poised to become a free agent on March 11, Jackson currently is expected to sign a new contract to remain in Seattle," Florio reports. "Per a league source, Jackson wants to remain the backup to Russell Wilson, and the team wants him to stay."

Originally unhappy to be traded by the team he started for in 2011, Jackson put aside any grudges to re-sign with the Seahawks after spending a year third on the depth chart in Buffalo.