Former Seahawks QB Tarvaris Jackson arrested for threating his wife

The former Seattle Seahawks QB Tarvaris Jackson wouldn’t play for any team in the new season, which doesn’t much matter to him.

It is reported that Jackson was arrested by police on the grounds that the severe attack after pulling gun on wife.

According to the report that Jackson argued with his wife and pointed a loaded gun at the woman, saying, “I’ll kill you.” The witness in the house grabbed hold of Jackson to stop him from shooting the woman.

Tarvaris Jackson

The Jackson’s wife once picked up the iron and the sword to protect herself. Jackson told police there is no gun in the house and he just had an argument with his wife. But police found the gun and marijuana in the kitchen.

Jackson originally came to Seattle in 2011, when he was the team’s starting quarterback as the Seahawks went 7-9 in the second season under Pete Carroll. Jackson started all but one game that season after signing as a free agent.

The possibilities of Jackson’s return to the team is completely conspired by this event, even though Seahawks once hope his return.

Warriors Fans Ask Patriots Fans for Advice

As strange as it sounds, the New England Patriots and Golden State Warriors have something in common. The Patriots posted one of the greatest seasons but only lose in the Super Bowl.

The Warriors had the greatest regular season in NBA history with a 73-9 record, but they ultimately came one win short of winning back-to-back NBA titles.

Patriots fans have dealt with the feeling for years, but Warriors backers are new to the disappointment. So it only makes sense that sad Warriors fans are turning to Patriots supporters on Reddit for advice the day after LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers ripped their hearts out.

“Shut up, man. We don’t like thinking about ’07. You’re never gonna like thinking about ’16. That’s just the way it is.” Patriots fans are probably still getting over the loss to the Giants in Super Bowl XLII and would rather not talk about it anymore.