Seahawks agree to Darrell Jackson trade

Apr 28, 2007 at 2:10 PM--


According to WashingtonPost.com's Mark Maske, the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to the trade with the 49ers that would send wide Receiver Darrell Jackson to San Francisco for a fourth-round draft pick.

However, the trade is still contingent upon Jackson passing a physical today in Santa Clara, where he is now.



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