Jackson stays.

The Seattle Seahawks re-signed wide out Darrell Jackson, linebacker Isaiah Kacyvenski, and defensive tackle Cedric Woodard.

The Seattle Seahawks re-signed free agent wide receiver Darrell Jackson to a reported six year, $25 million dollar deal with an 8 million signing bonus.

 

The third round (80th overall) pick in the 2000 draft has been one of the team's most consistent performers.

 Jackson has started 55 games in four years with the team. In those four years Jackson caught 253 passes for 3,808 yards and 27 touchdowns.

 

 In 2003 Jackson led the team with 68 catches and posted a career highs in yards (1,137) and touchdowns (nine), helping the team reach the playoffs for the first time since 1999.

 

 Jackson currently ranks fifth in Seahawks history in catches (253), yards (3,808) and receiving touchdowns.

 The Seahawks also  resigned defensive tackle Cedric Woodard to a five year deal and  linebacker Isaiah Kacyvenski to a three year deal .

 

 Woodard entered the NFL in 2000 as a sixth-round draft choice by the Baltimore Ravens and was claimed off waivers by the Seahawks that summer.

 

 Woodard started 12 games and responded with 57 tackles to lead all the Seahawks' defensive linemen in 2003.

 Kacyvenski was a  fourth-round draft choice in 2000 and has been a special teams standout for the Seahawks.

 

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