As the merry-go-round occurs there is no change at all in Seattle.
The Seahawks already have Super Bow winner Russel Wilson (excluding and Texas Rangers duty) and B.J. Daniels in their QB depth charts.
But Tarvaris Jackson who was with the team last season has tweeted to say he's coming back during free agency.
He was picked up by Seattle from the Buffalo Bills in 2013 after they had originally traded him in 2012. But all of the signs say that the Seahawks wanted to have him back and Jackson is happy to oblige.
A team spokesman has confirmed this to NBC and it isn't a bad move. As a guy that knows their system he had a great preseason and would be an asset to any team, not just for his throwing but also his inside knowledge or the Seahawks.
This is a very shrewd move that keeps any wolves at bay but also sires up an already comfortable and fruitful set up for Pete Carroll's side.