We're one step closer to unlocking the mystery of the Seattle Seahawks' quarterback race. Or maybe not at all.
"This is how we had planned it all along," Carroll told the Seahawks' official website. "It's turned out that it's going to fit together, and then we'll see how we go at the end of the week."
Instead, Jackson's work in practice will be reduced beginning Wednesday, Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times reported.
Carroll has kept observers guessing from start to finish with this quarterback derby. Carefully orchestrated practices have led to equal time for the Seahawks' three passers, but Carroll said his coaches have enough information on Jackson to open the preseason with Flynn and Wilson taking the work.