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Associated Press Minnesota quarterback Donovan McNabb sets to pass against the Seattle Seahawks during the first half of Saturday's preseason game in Seattle.

McNabb seeing progress

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By Tim Booth

AP Sports Writer

SEATTLE -- Donovan McNabb only needed one good drive to see progress from his first preseason start with Minnesota.

There was no progress for Tarvaris Jackson. Only more questions about Seattle's remodeled offense.

Reserve cornerback Marcus Sherels returned Jackson's deflected pass 64 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter, and Ryan Longwell added two field goals to help the Vikings beat the Seahawks 20-7 on Saturday night.

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