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- Darrell Jackson to Play Against Chicago Bears

Chris Pokorny January 10, 2007
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If any more receivers went down for the Seattle Seahawks, they may have been out of luck completely against the Chicago Bears. Instead, they are receiving positive news. Seahawks starting receiver Darrell Jackson is expected to play against the Bears. He is currently listed as questionable with an injured left toe, which forced him to leave this past Saturday's game against the Dallas Cowboys. Receiver D.J. Hackett probably won't have the same luck though, since he is listed as doubtful with a sprained right ankle.

"It's going to be one of those things where I have to suck it up as long as I can and make a couple of plays while I'm in there. That's it," Jackson said.

Jackson had to leave during the early part of the third quarter against the Cowboys after the pain became too much. He was able to run 14 plays in the first quarter, but only ran five in the second quarter. Jackson did not record a catch in the game, the first time that has happened since December 21st, 2003.

"It got to the point I couldn't tolerate it anymore," Jackson said. "They didn't need me anyway."

The Seahawks will have Deion Branch and Bobby Engram available as their other receivers. Their best target may be tight end Jerramy Stevens now, who caught two touchdown passes against the Cowboys.

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