Former Vikings wideout Nate Burleson, who signed a $49 million deal to return to his hometown of Seattle, finds himself a No. 4 receiver, behind Darrell Jackson, Deion Branch and D.J. Hackett. Burleson (right), who has just eight catches, is likely to see even less of the ball once Bobby Engram returns from a thyroid ailment, but he did deliver a 90-yard punt return for a TD in Sunday's 24--22 win over St. Louis.... The Colts' Marlin Jackson, a 2005 first-round cornerback, has been so impressive as a replacement for injured free safety Bob Sanders that coach Tony Dungy thinks Jackson may have a future at the position.... How to explain the surge in production from Green Bay defensive end Aaron Kampman, who has a league-best 9 1/2 sacks, three more than his career high? "He's not real athletic," says one scout. "He's not real fast. He's just always around the ball."