Matt Hasselbeck
American football player
Matt Hasselbeck
Matthew Michael Hasselbeck is a professional football player, a three-time Pro Bowl quarterback for the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League (NFL). He was selected in the sixth round of the 1998 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers. After a season on the practice squad and two seasons backing up Brett Favre, he was traded to the Seattle Seahawks in 2001.
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Bills fire Rex Ryan as playoff drought reaches 17 - ESPN
Google News - about 2 months
ESPN Bills fire Rex Ryan as playoff drought reaches 17 ESPN Matt Hasselbeck discusses the importance of Rex Ryan changing the game of football with his defensive schemes, but his colorful personality is what could ultimately make owners wary of having him represent the organization. (1:43). Facebook · Twitter ... Doug Whaley leading Bills search necessarily limits itNBCSports.com Bills gig boasts positives, negatives for future head coachNFL.com Tuesday's PM Hot Clicks: Hailey Clauson; Rex Ryan Fired by the BillsSports Illustrated FOXSports.com -SB Nation -Yahoo Sports -Bleacher Report all 358 news articles »
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A closer look at where QBs in NFL conference championship games come from
Houston Chronicle - about 1 year
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These 9 things need to happen for Colts to make playoffs instead of Texans
Houston Chronicle - about 1 year
The Indianapolis Colts’ playoff outlook is extremely bleak. So is their quarterback situation with Andrew Luck still recovering from a lacerated kidney, Charlie Whitehurst placed on injured reserve with a hamstring, Matt Hasselbeck ailing with a shoulder injury and Stephen Morris the only healthy quarterback on the roster. However, the Colts (7-8) are technically still alive in the AFC South division hunt even though the Texans (8-7) have a one-game edge. The Texans could have clinched through an insurmountable strength of victory edge if the Cincinnati Bengals hadn’t lost in overtime to the Denver Broncos on Monday night, but they can still clinch the division even if they lose Sunday to the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Colts beat the Tennessee Titans in their regular-season finale. Here are the nine things the Colts need to have happen to make the playoffs through a tiebreaker edge over the Texans in the strength of victory category, which is an extremely unlikely scenario. ...
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The Odell Beckham-Josh Norman Matchup Was Everything We Hoped For
Huffington Post - about 1 year
The New York Giants-Carolina Panthers game was arguably the most fun and entertaining matchup of this boring NFL season. Carolina defeated New York 38-35 on Sunday, in a game that saw the Giants come back from 28 points down to tie, before eventually losing in the final seconds. The game also provided a head-to-head of one of the top wide receivers in the league, Odell Beckham Jr., versus one of top cornerbacks, Josh Norman. And there were definitely moments during the game that got out of control, with the Giants' Beckham being the perpetrator in almost all of the confrontations. Yes, Beckham's actions were ridiculous and childish on many occasions. Yes, his helmet-to-helmet hit on Norman was dirty and bush league, and the wideout should have been ejected. But the reality is, this back and forth (outside of the dangerous hit the the head of course) between two of the game's young stars was wildly entertaining. These are two elite players showing off their ...
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The Odell Beckham-Josh Norman Matchup Was Everything We Hoped For
Huffington Post - about 1 year
The New York Giants-Carolina Panthers game was arguably the most fun and entertaining matchup of this boring NFL season. Carolina defeated New York 38-35 on Sunday, in a game that saw the Giants come back from 28 points down to tie, before eventually losing in the final seconds. The game also provided a head-to-head of one of the top wide receivers in the league, Odell Beckham Jr., versus one of top cornerbacks, Josh Norman. And there were definitely moments during the game that got out of control, with the Giants' Beckham being the perpetrator in almost all of the confrontations. Yes, Beckham's actions were ridiculous and childish on many occasions. Yes, his helmet-to-helmet hit on Norman was dirty and bush league, and the wideout should have been ejected. But the reality is, this back and forth (outside of the dangerous hit the the head of course) between two of the game's young stars was wildly entertaining. These are two elite players showing off their comp ...
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Jobs well done for the Texans in win against Colts
Houston Chronicle - about 1 year
Brandon Weeden. The quarterback dismissed from Dallas because he wasn’t an adequate replacement for Tony Romo redeemed himself somewhat Sunday against Indianapolis. He’s not the ultimate answer for the Texans at quarterback–that player is not on their roster–but he did take over for an injured T.J. Yates late in the first half and led them to two field goals and a touchdown. Defense. A cynic will point out that the Colts, especially with Matt Hasselbeck and Charlie Whitehurst and even with Andrew Luck previously at quarterback, aren’t very good offensively this season. But, still, after two rough outings in consecutive losses, the Texans’ defense should get some credit for holding the Colts to 190 yards, a mere 50 rushing, and 10 points despite excellent field position for much of the game. Specifically, Benardrick McKinney and Eddie Pleasant. McKinney, who appeared to have played his way out of the lineup at inside linebacker, used that as motivation with seven tackles Sunday. ...
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Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck slated to start Sunday
Houston Chronicle - about 1 year
Colts starting quarterback Matt Hasselbeck practiced for the second day in a row despite rib and back injuries and is slated to start Sunday against the Texans. “Very, very encouraged,” Colts coach Chuck Pagano said. “Did a nice job, he threw the ball around really well. He’s going to play really good.” Colts offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo returned from a knee injury. The Colts ruled out quarterback Andrew Luck (lacerated kidney, abdomen), safety Colt Anderson (ankle), and cornerback D’Joun Smith (knee). aaron.wilson@chron.com twitter.com/AaronWilson_NFL
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Texans injury report: J.J. Watt, Clowney, Cushing probable; Covington out
Houston Chronicle - about 1 year
Texans rookie defensive lineman Christian Covington was a late addition to the injury report with an ankle injury and has been ruled out for Sunday. Meanwhile, Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, middle linebacker Brian Cushing and outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney are all probable after returning to practice. Hoyer has been officially ruled out with a concussion and T.J. Yates will replace him. Hoyer was at work Friday and walked through the locker room and has been feeling better in recent days since suffering a head injury against the New England Patriots. The following players are also probable for the Texans: running back Alfred Blue (back), inside linebacker Max Bullough (shoulder), safety Quintin Demps (groin), tight end Ryan Griffin (ankle), cornerback Kareem Jackson (ankle), center Ben Jones (hand), outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus (back) and running back Chris Polk (knee). The Colts ruled out quarterback Andrew Luck (lacerated kidney, abdomen), safety Colt Anderson ...
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Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck returns to practice on limited basis
Houston Chronicle - about 1 year
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck returned to practice on a limited basis. Hasselbeck has back and rib injuries, but is expected to start Sunday against the Texans. Hasselbeck, 40, won a start against the Texans at NRG Stadium in October. “Yeah, I thought he got good work out there,” Colts offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski said. “We’ll continue to see how he does. Add in that he’s 40 years old, and it takes a little bit longer to recover from some of those things. I think he’s done a great job of getting himself ready to play. “He’s done it for so long, he knows how to get himself ready to play. He’s had his ups and downs, as we’ve all had, but I’m certainly glad we have him and glad he’s a part of the team. He’s done a lot for us.” Hasselbeck told Indianapolis reporters Thursday he feels much better. “Pretty good, I got to practice a little bit, so that’s good,” Hasselbeck said. “It’s not so much, not an incredible amount of pain. I’m taking some things fo ...
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Texans injury report: Brian Cushing has hip injury
Houston Chronicle - about 1 year
Texans middle linebacker Brian Cushing is dealing with a hip injury. He didn’t practice Wednesday, days after X-rays were determined to be negative following a loss to the New England Patriots. Cushing worked out on the side during practice and is able to run. Meanwhile, outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney has a hamstring injury that’s lingered for the past few weeks. Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, who has a broken left hand, and quarterback Brian Hoyer, ruled out with a concussion, didn’t practice. The following players participated fully: running back Alfred Blue (back), inside linebacker Max Bullough (shoulder), safety Quintin Demps (groin), tight end Ryan Griffin (ankle), cornerback Kareem Jackson (ankle), center Ben Jones (hand), outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus (back) and running back Chris Polk (knee). Colts safety Colt Anderson (ankle), cornerback Vontae Davis (knee), linebacker Jerrell Freeman (hamstring, ribs), quarterback Matt Hasselbeck (back, ribs), wide r ...
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J.J. Watt on Texans being 0-13 all-time at Indy: ‘It’s something we need to change’
Houston Chronicle - about 1 year
Reeling from two consecutive losses and embarrassed on national television by the defending Super bowl champion New England Patriots, the Texans are about to square off with the Indianapolis Colts. The Texans (6-7) travel to Indianapolis next Sunday to a venue where they’ve never won a game in the history of the franchise. The Texans are 0-13 on the road against the Colts (6-7) going back to the inaugural year of the franchise in 2002 and are 4-23 all-time against the AFC South club. “I mean, it’s something we know,” said Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt, whose broken hand played a part in limiting him to three tackles and no sacks against the Patriots. “It’s part of our history. It’s something we need to change.” Do the Texans talk about their historical struggles on the road in Indianapolis? “Not really,” defensive end Jared Crick said.  “Obviously, it’s a fact. Not a lot of guys sit there and talk about it every day.” Despite this latest setback, the up-and-down Texans ...
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It Might Be a Young Man’s Game, but These Three are Still Winning
NYTimes - about 1 year
Matt Hasselbeck, Antonio Gates and Adrian Peterson are considered old for the N.F.L., but they are still piling up statistics and victories.
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Matt Hasselbeck has saved Indy's season, and potentially more
ABC News - about 1 year
INDIANAPOLIS -- A couple minutes after Matt Hasselbeck finished the postgame press conference following a great performance in a 25-12 victory over Tampa Bay, I asked him if he knew the Earl Morrall story. He didn't; his current schedule doesn't give him the time to study football history. He's too busy trying to make history himself. Morrall was asked at the age of 38 to take over a Miami Dolphins team that temporarily lost starting quarterback Bob Griese to a broken ankle. Morrall won nine games and then went back to the bench and let Griese complete a 17-0 season. There is no quarterback controversy at Lucas Oil Stadium. When Andrew Luck recovers from his kidney injury, Hasselbeck will step aside and allow Luck to take back his offense. The "Morrall" to this story -- I had to do it -- is Hasselbeck, 40, is saving the Colts' season. "We're just playing team football," Hasselbeck said. "I'm just trying not to screw it up....
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Matt Hasselbeck
    FORTIES
  • 2016
    Age 40
    On March 9, 2016, Hasselbeck announced his retirement from football, and that he would join his brother Tim and become an analyst for ESPN, replacing Mike Ditka on Sunday NFL Countdown.
    More Details Hide Details Hasselbeck signed a one-day contract with the Seattle Seahawks to officially retire as part of their organization.
    On February 28, 2016, it was reported that Hasselbeck would not return to the Colts.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 2015
    Age 39
    On November 22, 2015, Hasselbeck started his third game for the Colts, as Luck suffered a kidney injury that would ultimately take him out for the remainder of the season.
    More Details Hide Details He passed for 213 yards with two TDs and two interceptions in a come-from-behind win over the Atlanta Falcons. The win kept Indianapolis in the lead of the AFC South division and improved them to a 5–5 record. The following week the Colts took on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who were on a four-game winning streak. Hasselbeck led the team to a 25–12 win, passing for 315 yards with two TDs and no interceptions, which led to a passer rating of 100.8. Hasselbeck led the Colts to a 6-5 record with a 4-0 record as starter at the age of 40, and was the first quarterback in NFL history to do so. However, injuries began to take their toll on the aging quarterback, and Hasselbeck's play would begin to deteriorate as the Colts lost three straight games. Hasselbeck won the final start of his career, an 18-12 win over the Miami Dolphins, thanks in large part to Frank Gore's two rushing touchdowns. Hasselbeck was responsible for five of the Colts' eight wins over the season, despite only starting eight games.
    He became only the second 40-year-old NFL quarterback to win back-to-back games, when he engineered a 27–20 win over the Houston Texans on October 8, 2015.
    More Details Hide Details Over those two starts, he completed 48 of 76 passes for three touchdowns and no turnovers, compiling a 2-0 record as starter.
    Hasselbeck made his first start with the Colts on October 4, 2015, filling in for the injured Luck.
    More Details Hide Details He led the Colts to an overtime win, defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars, 16–13. After a short week that included Hasselbeck being ill from a bacterial infection and having virtually no practice time, he was once again called upon to play for Luck.
    On February 26, 2015, Hasselbeck signed a one-year contract to remain with the Colts.
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  • 2013
    Age 37
    In 2013 Hasselbeck attempted only 12 passes, completing seven for 130 yards and one interception.
    More Details Hide Details The following season, Hasselbeck appeared in only four games but led two touchdown drives, one during a blowout loss against the Dallas Cowboys and another during garbage time in the season finale against division rival (and former team) the Tennessee Titans.
    He beat Chandler Harnish to win the backup job for the 2013 season.
    More Details Hide Details Backing up Andrew Luck, Hasselbeck saw little playing time during his first two years but mentored the budding star.
    On March 19, 2013, the Indianapolis Colts signed Hasselbeck to a two-year deal worth up to $7.25 million.
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    On March 18, 2013, Hasselbeck was released by the Titans.
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  • 2012
    Age 36
    Hasselbeck's first action in the 2012 season came in Week 4 against the Houston Texans after Locker left early in the game with a shoulder injury.
    More Details Hide Details Hasselbeck started the next 4 weeks while Locker healed, finishing 2-2 in those starts; his victories were at home against Pittsburgh (the first Titans win over Pittsburgh since 2008) and at Buffalo, winning on a last-minute touchdown to Nate Washington. The Titans went 6-10 on the season.
  • 2011
    Age 35
    On July 29, 2011, Hasselbeck signed a three-year, $21 million deal to play for the Tennessee Titans.
    More Details Hide Details He was recruited by Mike Reinfeldt, the former vice president of football administration for the Seahawks and current executive vice president and the chief operating officer for the Titans, who was part of the team for four of Hasselbeck's five NFC West division championships and Super Bowl appearance. Hasselbeck was targeted by the Titans, who were looking for a veteran quarterback to help lead the team to wins while also mentoring first-round draft pick Jake Locker. The Titans finished 2011 with a 9–7 record, narrowly missing out on the final playoff berth due to losing to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 9.
    When Hasselbeck was rumored to be "Plan A" for the Tennessee Titans and rumors surfaced the Seahawks were pursuing Tarvaris Jackson instead of Hasselbeck, Seattle fans began a web and social media campaign at the end of the NFL lockout in 2011 to "Bring Back Matt", with a website www.bringbackmatt.com.
    More Details Hide Details Pete Carroll and GM John Schneider called Hasselbeck after the lockout to let them know they were "moving on." Hasselbeck described the call as "worse than breaking up with an old girlfriend." The Seahawks took out a full-page ad in The Seattle Times the following day to salute Hasselbeck and his family for their work. Hasselbeck was the last remaining Seahawk from the team's last season in the AFC West Division in 2001.
  • 2010
    Age 34
    Hasselbeck's departure from the Seahawks was largely a surprise, given his status with the Seattle fan base. At the conclusion of the 2010 season Pete Carroll announced re-signing Hasselbeck was the Seahawks "number one offseason priority", with Hasselbeck emphasizing his desire to retire in Seattle.
    More Details Hide Details However, the two sides had trouble reaching an agreement as Hasselbeck reportedly turned down a one-year offer before the NFL lockout began, asking for two years.
    In 2010, Hasselbeck led Seattle to a surprising playoff upset when he beat the New Orleans Saints, who were the defending NFL champions and 11-point favorites.
    More Details Hide Details Although the game would be remembered for Marshawn Lynch's Beast Quake run, Hasselbeck was an integral part in the win with 272 yards and 4 touchdowns. The game was called "Hasselbeck's finest hour" by ESPN, and turned out to be his final game at Qwest Field in Seattle leading Seattle to a 41–36 upset of the New Orleans Saints.
    Head referee Bill Leavy later apologized to Hasselbeck at a Seahawks offseason practice in 2010, publicly saying he would "go to his grave for kicking several calls in the fourth quarter that affected the outcome of the game."
    More Details Hide Details In 2006, Hasselbeck rallied Seattle in the fourth quarter and threw the game-winning touchdown at Qwest Field to beat Dallas Cowboys 21–20, but that occurred before Tony Romo's infamous dropped snap.
    In 2010, the season started off strong for Hasselbeck, leading his team to a 4–2 record and victories over the Chicago Bears and San Diego Chargers.
    More Details Hide Details But the degree of Hasselbeck's health would prove to be inconsistent, with injuries leading him to sit out crucial games later in the season, leading the Seahawks to lose seven of their last ten. Nevertheless, Seattle would make the playoffs with their fifth NFC West division championship. Seattle became the first team with a losing record to host a playoff game, taking on the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints during wild card weekend. Despite being 11 point underdogs, Hasselbeck had one of the most memorable and clutch performances of his career. He threw for 272 yards, four touchdowns (a franchise postseason record) with one interception coming from a tipped ball, and a 113.03 quarterback rating, leading the Seahawks to victory over the defending Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints. However, Seattle would go on to lose 35–24, in the divisional playoffs against the Chicago Bears. Hasselbeck still played well, however, with over 250 yards passing and three touchdowns.
  • 2009
    Age 33
    During Week 2 of the 2009 NFL season, Hasselbeck fractured his rib against the San Francisco 49ers and missed the next two games againest the Bears (Week 3) and the Colts (Week 4).
    More Details Hide Details During Week 5, playing the Jaguars, Hasselbeck threw four touchdown passes in the Seahawks' second shutout of the season, beating Jacksonville 41–0. In Week 6, Hasselbeck played his career worst, losing to the Arizona Cardinals with 27–3. During the final week of the season, Hasselbeck won the Seahawks' "Steve Largent Award."
    In the 2009 season opener, things did not start out well for Hasselbeck, who threw two interceptions in the first quarter.
    More Details Hide Details After that Hasselbeck dominated the rest of the way, completing 25 of 36 passes for 279 yards and three touchdowns in their 28–0 win over the St. Louis Rams.
  • 2008
    Age 32
    These injuries caused Hasselbeck to miss most of the 2008 NFL season.
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    In 2008, Hasselbeck suffered from a back injury that affected a nerve in his lower back, creating a weakness in his leg that brought on a knee injury.
    More Details Hide Details Hasselbeck twisted his back awkwardly in the preseason opener on August 8 at Minnesota and missed the rest of the preseason. His bulging disk was diagnosed and treated with injections and he opened the regular season as the starter, but he hurt his knee after a hit early in the Seahawks' loss to the New York Giants on October 5. He also received a helmet-to-helmet hit vs. the Arizona Cardinals.
  • 2007
    Age 31
    Hasselbeck set career highs in yards, attempts, and touchdown passes in the 2007 season and was elected to his third Pro Bowl.
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    In 2007, Hasselbeck led his team to its fourth consecutive division title and fifth consecutive playoff appearance.
    More Details Hide Details He had 3,966 passing yards, 28 touchdowns (both career highs), 62.6% completion percentage, and a 91.4 quarterback rating. He threw for 229 yards in a 35–14 NFC wild card victory over the Washington Redskins. The third-seeded Seahawks lost in the divisional round to the NFC's No. 2 seed Green Bay, losing 42–20 in the snow at Lambeau Field despite an early 14–0 lead.
  • 2006
    Age 30
    Hasselbeck led the Seahawks to a 4–1 record to start the 2006 season before being seriously injured on Week 7.
    More Details Hide Details Minnesota linebacker E. J. Henderson rolled into Hasselbeck's right leg. The result was a second degree MCL sprain, causing Hasselbeck to miss four games. Hasselbeck contended that Henderson could have avoided injuring him. Upon returning he subsequently broke fingers on his non-throwing hand, but continued to lead his team to a 9–7 record and the divisional round of the post-season. The fourth-seeded Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys 21–20 in the wild card round in Seattle, then lost to the top-seeded Chicago Bears in overtime, 27–24.
    He led the Seahawks to Super Bowl XL, in which they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers, and was the starting quarterback for the NFC in the 2006 Pro Bowl.
    More Details Hide Details During this season linebacker Lofa Tatupu joined the Seahawks. Lofa's father Mosi had been a teammate of Hasselbeck's father Don during his time with the Patriots.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2005
    Age 29
    In 2005, Hasselbeck had one of his most productive career performances, earning the highest passer rating in the NFC, and leading the Seahawks to the playoffs for the third consecutive year while clinching the NFC's top seed.
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  • 2004
    Age 28
    In 2004, Hasselbeck won the 2004 NFL Quarterback Challenge.
    More Details Hide Details He also led Seattle to their first NFC West title since realignment in 2002.
  • 2003
    Age 27
    The 2003 NFC Wild Card Game against the Green Bay Packers went into overtime where, at the overtime coin toss, Hasselbeck famously said "We want the ball, and we're gonna score!" During the second overtime possession for the Seahawks, Hasselbeck threw an interception to Packers defensive back Al Harris which was returned 52 yards down the sideline for a touchdown.
    More Details Hide Details It gave Green Bay a 33–27 overtime victory.
  • 2002
    Age 26
    However, after a strong finish in 2002, Hasselbeck entered 2003 as the unquestioned starter.
    More Details Hide Details Hasselbeck started all 16 games, leading Seattle to a 10–6 record for the first time since 1988 and a wildcard berth. He also was selected to the Pro Bowl.
  • 2001
    Age 25
    Hasselbeck joined former head coach Mike Holmgren and the Seattle Seahawks on March 2, 2001.
    More Details Hide Details The Packers traded him, along with their first draft pick(17th overall), to the Seahawks for their first (10th overall) and third-round draft picks (72nd overall). In his early years in Seattle he battled for playing time with Trent Dilfer.
  • 2000
    Age 24
    Hasselbeck married his college sweetheart, Sarah Egnaczyk, on June 17, 2000.
    More Details Hide Details They met at age 17. Sarah was an athlete at Boston College, playing with the field hockey team. Together they have two daughters, Annabelle (2002) and Mallory (2003), and a son, Henry (2005). He is the brother-in-law of television personality Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who is married to his younger brother Tim.
  • 1998
    Age 22
    He joined the team's practice squad in 1998 and acted as a backup for the starting quarterback Brett Favre.
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    Hasselbeck was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the sixth round (187th overall) of the 1998 NFL Draft.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1994
    Age 18
    Matt Hasselbeck attended Boston College near his family's hometown. He played for the Boston College Eagles football team from 1994 through 1997, including two years with his younger brother Tim.
    More Details Hide Details Hasselbeck finished his college career as the starting quarterback (a position his brother Tim would later hold with the Eagles). He graduated with a degree in marketing.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1975
    Born
    Born on September 25, 1975.
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