Seattle, Wash. (1090 The Fan) — The Seattle Seahawks have re-signed quarterback Tarvaris Jackson to backup Russell Wilson for another year.

The signing was reported Tuesday by FOX Sports’ Mike Garafolo, and later confirmed by Seahawks owner Paul Allen via his official Twitter account.

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Jackson, 32, was the Seahawks starting quarterback in 2011, but lost the job to Russell Wilson. He has been a backup for the Seahawks since 2013, playing in four games total.

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Prior to re-signing Jackson, Seattle had just two quarterbacks on the roster under contract — Russell Wilson and R.J. Archer.

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