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Players

Matt Hasselbeck
QB #8
Height:
6-4
Weight:
235
Age:
38
College:
Boston College
Hometown:
Norfolk, MA
Experience:
15

Quick Stats (2013):

TDS
0
INT
1
YDS
130
RTG
61.1
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 3,036 5,030 34,647 6.9 201 148 342 2,152 82.1 341 1,227 3.6 8 63 27
2013 IND 3 0 7 12 130 10.8 0 1 0 0 61.1 2 -2 -1 0 -- --
2012 TEN 8 5 138 221 1,367 6.2 7 5 14 103 81 13 38 2.9 0 3 1
2011 TEN 16 16 319 518 3,571 6.9 18 14 19 153 82.4 20 52 2.6 0 4 1
2010 SEA 14 14 266 444 3,001 6.8 12 17 29 175 73.2 23 60 2.6 3 7 5
2009 SEA 14 14 293 488 3,029 6.2 17 17 32 209 75.1 26 119 4.6 0 11 3
2008 SEA 7 7 109 209 1,216 5.8 5 10 19 119 57.8 11 69 6.3 0 1 0
2007 SEA 16 16 352 562 3,966 7.1 28 12 33 204 91.4 39 89 2.3 0 9 5
2006 SEA 12 12 210 371 2,442 6.6 18 15 34 229 76 18 110 6.1 0 3 2
2005 SEA 16 16 294 449 3,459 7.7 24 9 24 154 98.2 36 124 3.4 1 4 2
2004 SEA 14 14 279 474 3,382 7.1 22 15 30 155 83.1 27 90 3.3 1 5 1
2003 SEA 16 16 313 513 3,841 7.5 26 15 42 246 88.8 36 125 3.5 2 4 1
2002 SEA 16 10 267 419 3,075 7.3 15 10 26 143 87.8 40 202 5.1 1 5 4
2001 SEA 13 12 176 321 2,023 6.3 7 8 38 251 70.9 40 141 3.5 0 6 2
2000 GB 16 0 10 19 104 5.5 1 0 1 2 86.3 4 -5 -1.3 0 -- --
1999 GB 16 0 3 10 41 4.1 1 0 1 9 77.5 6 15 2.5 0 1 0
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CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

  • Signed by the Colts as a free agent on March 19, 2013.
  • Released by the Tennessee Titans on March 18, 2013.
  • Signed by the Titans as an unrestricted free agent on July 29, 2011.
  • Acquired by the Seattle Seahawks in a trade with the Green Bay Packers on March 2, 2001. The Seahawks received Hasselbeck and the Packers’ 2001 first round pick (17th overall) in exchange for Seattle’s 2001 first round pick (10th overall) and a 2001 third round choice.
  • Released by the Packers on September 3, 1998 and signed to the team’s practice squad two days later.
  • Originally selected by the Packers in the sixth round (187th overall) of the 1998 NFL Draft.

 

PRO CAREER:

  • Three-time Pro Bowler, receiving the honor following the 2003, 2005 and 2007 seasons.
  • Holds 22 career 300-yard passing performances in the regular season and two more in the postseason.
  • Has executed 22 game-winning drives during his career, including two drives in 2012 against Pittsburgh (10/11) and at Buffalo (10/21).
  • During his 14-year career, has connected with 41 different players for touchdowns.
  • Has 50 career games with a passer rating of 95.0 or better, including five in 2011 and his teams are 40-10 in those games.
  • Produced one of the best seasons of his career in 2011. His 518 attempts and 3,571 yards made up the fourth-highest single-season totals in team history, while his completions (319) ranked third in club annals. His 18 touchdown passes were the most since 2004 (Billy Volek), and with 28 completions of 25 yards-or-more, he had the highest big-play total since Steve McNair in 2001 (32).
  • Started both postseason games in 2010 to become the Seahawks’ all-time leader in playoff games played and started. Also set a franchise postseason single-game record with four touchdown passes against New Orleans (1/8/11) in an NFC Wild Card victory.
  • Became the Seahawks’ all-time franchise leader in career attempts, completions and passing yards in 2009, surpassing Dave Krieg in each category. Set a franchise single-game record against Detroit (11/8/09), completing 39 passes, including 15 consecutive, tied for second-most in club history.
  • Earned his third Pro Bowl selection in 2007 after setting career highs for attempts (562), completions (352), passing yards (3,966) and touchdown passes (28).
  • Was named the starter for the NFC Pro Bowl squad in 2005 after posting a career and NFC-best 98.2 passer rating, leading the Seahawks to an appearance in Super Bowl XL.
  • Earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl in 2003 after guiding the Seahawks to their first-ever undefeated home record. Tied his own record for the most 300-yard games in a season (four) and recorded then-career-highs of 3,841 passing yards, 26 passing touchdowns and an 88.8 passer rating.
  • His first NFL touchdown pass came on a fake field goal attempt at Minnesota (12/20/99) with a nine-yard toss to Jeff Thomason.

 

2012 (TITANS):

  • Played in eight games with five starts and completed 138-of-221 passes for 1,367 yards, seven touchdowns and five interceptions for a passer rating of 81.0.
  • Did not play in eight games and was listed as the backup quarterback.
  • Executed two game-winning drives against Pittsburgh (10/11) and at Buffalo (10/21).
  • Against New England (9/9), entered the game early in the fourth quarter after Jake Locker suffered an injury and finished the contest. Completed 6-of-11 passes for 43 yards.
  • At Houston (9/30), entered the game in the first quarter after Jake Locker left the contest with an injury. Completed 17-of-25 passes for 193 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.
  • At Minnesota (10/7), started at quarterback and completed 26-of-43 passes for 200 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Rushed the ball twice for 10 yards.
  • Against Pittsburgh (10/11), started at quarterback and connected on 25-of-44 passes for 290 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Tied the game at 23-23 with a five-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Britt with 4:19 left to play in the fourth quarter. Set up the Titans’ game-winning field goal with a 25-yard pass to Jared Cook to the Steelers’ 25-yard line with 32 seconds left to play in the game.
  • At Buffalo (10/21), started at quarterback and completed 22-of-33 passes for 205 yards and one touchdown for a 93.6 passer rating. Gave the Titans a dramatic 35-34 lead with a 15-yard touchdown strike to Nate Washington on fourth-and-nine with 1:03 remaining in the game.
  • Against Indianapolis (10/28), started at quarterback and completed 22-of-29 passes for 236 yards and a touchdown for a 110.7 passer rating.
  • At Chicago (11/4), started at quarterback and completed 20-of-35 passes for 200 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Rushed the ball twice for 18 yards.

 

2011 (TITANS):

  • Started all 16 games for the fourth time in his career. Connected on 319-of-518 passes for 3,571 yards, 18 touchdowns and 14 interceptions for an 82.4 passer rating.
  • Finished fourth in the AFC with an 86.4 passer rating on third down.
  • Surpassed the 3,500-yard passing mark for the third time in his 13-year career and became the only player in franchise history other than Hall of Famer Warren Moon to reach the 3,500-yard barrier.
  • Posted 300-or-more passing yards three times: against Baltimore (9/18), against Denver (9/25) and against Jacksonville (12/24).
  • Became the 33rd player in NFL history to amass 30,000 yards passing with an 11-yard pass to Nate Washington against Baltimore (9/18).
  • Was voted a team captain for the 2011 season by his teammates.
  • Passed for 932 yards in the first three games, the highest total of his career in the first three games of a season.
  • His 621 passing yards were the most by a Titans/Oilers quarterback through a season’s first two weeks since Warren Moon’s 691 in 1992.
  • At Jacksonville (9/11), completed 21-of-34 passes for 263 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. Scrambled out of the pocket and completed a shovel pass to Kenny Britt for an 80-yard touchdown in the third quarter.
  • Against Baltimore (9/18), completed 30-of-42 passes for 358 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Gave the Titans a 10-7 advantage with a four-yard touchdown toss to Britt with 40 seconds remaining in the first half.
  • Against Denver (9/25), completed 27-of-36 passes for 311 yards and two touchdowns for a season-high 119.1 passer rating. Became the first Titans quarterback to pass for 300 yards in back-to-back games since Billy Volek in 2004. Found Craig Stevens over the middle for a 58-yard reception down to the Denver 25-yard line during the game-winning drive. Gave the Titans a 17-14 lead with a four-yard touchdown toss to Daniel Graham with 4:24 remaining in the fourth quarter.
  • At Cleveland (10/2), started at quarterback and connected on 10-of-20 passes for 220 yards and three touchdowns for a 108.3 passer rating. Found Craig Stevens for a 12-yard touchdown in the first quarter and added his second and third scoring strikes to Jared Cook and Damian Williams in the second quarter.
  • At Pittsburgh (10/9), completed 29-of-49 passes for 262 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Found Damian Williams for a 19-yard touchdown pass on third-and-19 in the fourth quarter.
  • Against Indianapolis (10/30), completed 23-of-33 passes for 224 yards and a touchdown for a 98.5 passer rating. Extended the Titans lead to 27-10 with a 14-yard touchdown toss to Nate Washington in the fourth quarter.
  • Against Cincinnati (11/6), connected on 24-of-41 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns. Gave the Titans a 10-7 lead with an eight-yard touchdown toss to Damian Williams in the back of the end zone in the second quarter. Extended the Titans lead to 17-7 with a 16-yard touchdown strike to Lavelle Hawkins in the back of the end zone with eight seconds remaining in the second quarter.
  • At Carolina (11/13), completed 15-of-27 passes for 219 yards, one touchdown and an interception. Found Damian Williams for a 43-yard catch-and-run touchdown to give the Titans a 14-0 lead with 5:45 remaining in the first quarter.
  • Against Tampa Bay (11/27), started at quarterback and completed 19-of-34 passes for 160 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. Extended a fourth-and-two play and found Williams in the back of the end zone for the game-winning two-yard touchdown pass with 3:01 remaining in the fourth quarter.
  • Against Jacksonville (12/24), completed 24-of-40 passes for 350 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Gave the Titans a 10-0 lead with a 55-yard touchdown pass to Jared Cook over the deep middle with 4:39 left to play in the first stanza.
  • At Houston (1/1/12), completed 22-of-35 passes for 297 yards and two touchdowns for a 108.9 passer rating. Gave the Titans a 10-7 lead with a one-yard touchdown pass to Donnie Avery with 3:48 remaining in the second quarter. Gave the Titans a 23-16 lead with a 23-yard touchdown toss to Washington with 4:31 remaining in the game.
  • His 518 attempts and 3,571 yards made up the fourth-highest single-season totals in team history, while his completions (319) ranked third in club annals. His 18 touchdown passes were the most since 2004 (Billy Volek), and with 28 completions of 25 yards-or-more, he had the highest big-play total since Steve McNair in 2001 (32).

 

2010 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started 14 games, was inactive for one and was active but did not play in another game.
  • Completed 266-of-444 passes for 3,001 yards, 12 touchdowns and 17 interceptions for a 73.2 rating.
  • Against San Francisco (9/12), completed 18-of-23 passes for 170 yards with two touchdowns in the victory.
  • At Arizona (11/14), notched a 106.6 passer rating by completing 22-of-34 passes for 333 yards and a touchdown.
  • At New Orleans (11/21), posted a season-high 366 passing yards on 32-of-44 passing with a touchdown.
  • In the NFC Wild Card game against New Orleans (1/8/11), completed 22-of-35 passes for 272 yards with a team-record four touchdowns in the victory.
  • In the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Chicago (1/16), connected on 26-of-46 throws for 258 yards and three touchdown passes.
  • Started both postseason games to become the Seahawks’ all-time leader in playoff games played and started. Also set a franchise postseason single-game record with four touchdown passes against New Orleans (1/8/11) in an NFC Wild Card victory.

 

2009 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started 14 games and completed 293-of-488 passes for 3,029 yards, 17 touchdowns and 17 interceptions for a 75.1 passer rating. Was inactive for two games.
  • Threw for three touchdowns against St. Louis (9/13), connecting on 25-of-36 passes for 279 yards and a 96.9 passer rating.
  • Against Jacksonville (10/11), connected on 18-of-31 passes for 241 yards and four touchdowns for a season-best 125.1 passer rating.
  • Completed 26-of-52 passes for 315 yards and a touchdown at Arizona (11/15).
  • Against San Francisco (12/6), posted a 107.2 passer rating and two touchdowns, while completing 25-of-34 passes for 198 yards.
  • Became the Seahawks’ all-time franchise leader in career attempts, completions and passing yards, surpassing Dave Krieg in each category. Also set a franchise single-game record against Detroit (11/8), completing 39 passes, including 15 consecutive, tied for second-most in club history.

 

2008 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started seven games and completed 109-of-209 passes for 1,216 yards, five touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
  • Was inactive for nine games with a back injury.
  • Against St. Louis (9/21), connected on 12-of-20 passes for 172 yards and a touchdown for a 104.6 passer rating.
  • Completed 22-of-38 passes for a season-high 287 yards at Dallas (11/27).
  • Recorded a season-high two touchdown passes against Washington (11/23), connecting on 12-of-24 attempts for 103 yards.

 

2007 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started all 16 games and two postseason contests. Earned his third Pro Bowl selection after setting career highs for attempts (562), completions (352), passing yards (3,966) and touchdown passes (28).
  • Completed 27 passes at Carolina (12/16) on his way to setting the club’s single-season record with 319.
  • Set a career-high with his 26th and 27th touchdown passes versus Baltimore (12/23).
  • Against Tampa Bay (9/9), connected on 17-of-24 passes for 222 yards and a touchdown in the season opener.
  • Completed 26-of-43 passing attempts for a season-high 362 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for a 93.4 rating against New Orleans (10/14).
  • Threw for 337 yards and two touchdowns on 30-of-44 passing against Chicago (11/18).
  • At Cleveland (11/4), completed 30-of-47 passes for 318 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for an 88.8 rating.
  • Against Arizona (12/9), registered a season-best 131.6 passer rating by connecting on 22-of-33 passes for 272 yards and four touchdowns.

 

2006 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started 12 games and completed 210-of-371 passes for 2,442 yards, 18 touchdowns and 15 interceptions for a 76.0 passer rating.
  • Was inactive for four consecutive games from Week 8 to Week 11 with a knee injury.
  • Threw for a career-high five touchdowns against the New York Giants (9/24), completing 24-of-33 passes for 227 yards.
  • At St. Louis (10/15), connected on 19-of-34 passes for a season-high 268 yards and three touchdowns.
  • At Arizona (12/10), notched a season-best 133.5 passer rating by completing 20-of-28 passes for 243 yards and three touchdowns.

 

2005 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started all 16 games for second time in his career and completed 294-of-449 passes for 3,459 yards, 24 touchdowns and nine interceptions for a 98.2 passer rating.
  • In three postseason games, completed 62-of-103 passes for 707 yards, four touchdowns and one interception for an 89.7 passer rating.
  • His touchdown total led the NFC while his completion percentage (65.5) ranked second.
  • Eclipsed the 3,000-yard mark for the fourth straight year, breaking Jim Zorn’s club record (three).
  • Passed for at least one touchdown in a career-high 12 consecutive games.
  • Had a December to remember posting the fourth-best passer rating in NFL history (135.5) during the month, tossing 10 touchdowns and one interception with a completion percentage of 76.0.
  • Totaled a 103.0 passer rating in eight road games and did not throw an interception on the road in the final seven games (185 attempts) of the season.
  • Set a club record for consecutive passes without an interception at 159 (Zorn, 153).
  • Against San Francisco (12/11), completed 21-of-25 passes for 226 yards and four touchdowns for a 127.3 passer rating.
  • At Tennessee (12/18), posted a career-high 147.7 passer rating by completing 21-of-27 passes for 285 yards and three touchdowns.
  • In the NFC Divisional Playoffs against Carolina (1/22), completed 20-of-28 passes for 219 yards and two touchdowns for a 118.0 passer rating.
  • In Super Bowl XL against Pittsburgh (2/5), connected on 26-of-49 passes for 273 yards with a touchdown and an interception.
  • Was named the starter for the NFC Pro Bowl squad in 2005 after posting a career and NFC-best 98.2 passer rating, leading the Seahawks to an appearance in Super Bowl XL. His passer rating was also a Seahawks’ single-season record.

 

2004 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started 14 games and connected on 279-of-474 passes for 3,382 yards with 22 touchdowns and 15 interceptions for an 83.1 passer rating.
  • Joined Dave Krieg as only quarterbacks in club history to pass for 20-or-more touchdowns in consecutive seasons, while joining Jim Zorn as the franchise’s only quarterbacks to eclipse 3,000 yards three consecutive seasons.
  • Named NFC Offensive Player of the Month for December after passing for 1,140 yards, completing 94-of-131 attempts (71.6 percent), 10 touchdowns, and four interceptions, helping Seattle earn their first NFC West title.
  • Was inactive in one game and was active but did not play in one game.
  • At San Francisco (11/7), completed 17-of-28 passes for 285 yards and three touchdowns for a 130.8 passer rating.
  • Against Dallas (12/6), connected on 28-of-40 passes for 414 yards with three touchdowns.
  • In an NFC Wild Card Playoff game against St. Louis (1/8), passed for 341 yards completing 27-of-43 attempts, two touchdowns and an interception. Joined Dan Fouts and Marc Bulger as the only players in NFL history to begin their postseason careers with two 300-plus passing games.

 

2003 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl after guiding the Seahawks to their first-ever undefeated home record.
  • Tied his own record for the most 300-yard games in a season (four) and recorded then-career-highs of 3,841 passing yards, 26 passing touchdowns and an 88.8 passer rating.
  • Became the team’s first quarterback since Rick Mirer in 1993 to start all 16 games.
  • Threw for a season-high 344 passing yards at Cincinnati (10/26), completing 26-of-43 passes for three touchdowns and three interceptions.
  • Registered 333 passing yards on 23-of-41 passing with a career-best five touchdown tosses at Baltimore (11/23).
  • Against Cleveland (11/30), completed 26-of-35 passes for 328 yards and three touchdowns.
  • Completed 24-of-37 passes for 315 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions at San Francisco (12/27).
  • Connected on 25-of-45 passes for 305 yards and an interception in an NFC Wild Card Playoff game at Green Bay (1/4/04).

 

2002 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Entered the season as the team’s second-string quarterback behind Trent Dilfer. Started the season opener at Oakland (9/8) for Dilfer (knee) before taking over the remainder of the season after Dilfer suffered a season-ending Achilles injury at Dallas (10/27).
  • In 16 games (10 starts), completed 267-of-419 passes for 3,075 yards, 15 touchdowns and 10 interceptions for an 87.8 passer rating.
  • Passed for more than 300 yards four times and surpassed 400 yards twice, both club records for a single season.
  • His completion percentage (63.7) was tops in the NFC (5th in the NFL) and his passer rating ranked second in the NFC (6th in the NFL).
  • Led an offense that averaged an NFL-high 476.0 yards per game over the final six games, which included a franchise-record three 500-yard games.
  • At San Diego (12/29), set team marks for completions (36) and yards (449).
  • At San Francisco (12/1), attempted a franchise-record 55 passes with 30 completions for 427 yards with three touchdowns.

 

2001 (SEAHAWKS):

  • In his first season with the Seahawks, appeared in 13 games with 12 starts and completed 176-of-321 passes for 2,023 yards, seven touchdowns and eight interceptions for a 70.9 passer rating.
  • At Cleveland (9/9), made his first career start and completed 20-of-34 passes for 178 yards with two touchdowns and four interceptions.
  • Against Miami (10/28), connected on 16-of-28 passes for 230 yards and two touchdowns for a 107.7 passer rating.

 

2000 (PACKERS):

  • Saw action in all 16 games primarily as the holder for the extra point and field goal units.
  • Completed 10-of-19 passes for 104 yards and a touchdown in four games as a backup quarterback.
  • At Tampa Bay (11/12), completed 9-of-18 passes for 93 yards and a touchdown.

 

1999 (PACKERS):

  • Saw action in all 16 games primarily as the holder for the extra point and field goal units.
  • Completed 3-of-10 passes for 41 yards and one touchdown in four games as a backup quarterback.
  • At Minnesota (12/20), registered his first NFL touchdown pass with a nine-yard toss on a fake field goal attempt.

 

1998 (PACKERS):

  • Spent his entire rookie campaign on the Packers’ practice squad.

 

COLLEGE:

  • Was a four-year letterman and two-year starter at Boston College.
  • Played in 37 career games with 21 starts and finished fifth on the Eagles’ career passing list with 4,548 yards, completing 390-of-701 passes for 22 touchdowns and 26 interceptions.
  • Was named a co-winner of the “Thomas F. Scanlon Award” as the school’s outstanding senior scholar-athlete as a senior.
  • Completed 188-of-305 passes for 2,239 yards, 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in his final year.
  • Threw for 277 yards in a 22-of-33 performance that included a school-record 14 consecutive completions against Notre Dame.
  • Completed 31-of-46 attempts for a career-high 393 yards and three touchdowns in his final collegiate game in a victory over Army.
  • As a junior, connected on 171-of-330 passes for 1,990 yards and nine touchdowns with nine interceptions.  
  • Came off the bench to lead the team to a come-from-behind victory over Hawaii in the season opener.
  • Started the next 10 games before separating his right shoulder, causing him to miss the season finale against Miami (Fla.).
  • Served as the Eagles’ backup quarterback as a sophomore. Played in 11 games with one start. Completed 27-of-60 passes for 280 yards, two touchdowns and seven interceptions.
  • Saw action in five games as a redshirt freshman.
  • Received a B.S. Degree in Marketing and Finance from Boston College.

 

PERSONAL:

  • Was an honorable mention All-American selection by USA Today as a senior at Xaverian Brothers High School in Westwood, Mass.
  • Garnered All-East honors from Blue Chip Illustrated and All-New England honors from SuperPrep.
  • As a two-year starter, completed 90-of-120 passes for 1,490 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior. Also ran for 400 yards and three touchdowns en route to capturing conference title and runner-up in Massachusetts’ Division 1-A Super Bowl.
  • Earned three letters in basketball and two in baseball.
  • The Hasselbeck family has a rich tradition in pro football. Matt’s father Don, played tight end in the NFL for nine seasons with the Patriots (1977-1983), Raiders (1983), Vikings (1984), and Giants (1985). His younger brother, Tim, was a starting quarterback for Boston College and played for the Philadelphia Eagles (2002), Washington Redskins (2003-2004), New York Giants (2005-2006) and Arizona Cardinals (2007). His youngest brother, Nathanael, also attended Boston College and played defensive back.
  • He and his wife co-chaired Medical Teams International’s Field of Dreams auction for three years and have been dedicated supporters of MTI for the past six years. The organization’s mission is to serve people all over the world stricken by disaster, conflict and poverty.
  • The Hasselbecks are supporters of charity: water, whose mission is to provide clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations. They are part of the organization’s membership group called The Well, which allows charity: water to direct 100 percent of public donations to fund water projects.
  • Along with his wife, he co-chaired the International Justice Mission Nashville Benefit dinner in September 2012. International Justice Mission is a human rights organization that brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression.
  • Competed in CBS’ version of the “NFL Quarterback Challenge” over the 2003 offseason and finished in first place.
  • During his time with the Seahawks, was involved and supported the local Boys and Girls Club, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Childbaven KITH Cares, Pro Athletes Outreach, Coaches Time Out, Young Life Northwest, Compassion International, World Vision, Band of Brothers, Rwanda Girls Initiative, Desire Street Ministries and Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids Foundation.
  • Wife, Sarah, was very active with Seahawks Women’s Association. She started a program called Funky Young Women, where the player’s wives would take out 10-12 teenagers (and each could bring a guest) that were undergoing cancer treatment at Seattle Children’s Hospital. She’s also a runner and has participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
  • He is married to his college sweetheart, Sarah, and has two daughters, Annabelle and Mallory, and one son, Henry.
  • Born Matthew Michael Hasselbeck on September 25, 1975, in Boulder, Colo.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

  • Signed by the Colts as a free agent on March 19, 2013.
  • Released by the Tennessee Titans on March 18, 2013.
  • Signed by the Titans as an unrestricted free agent on July 29, 2011.
  • Acquired by the Seattle Seahawks in a trade with the Green Bay Packers on March 2, 2001. The Seahawks received Hasselbeck and the Packers’ 2001 first round pick (17th overall) in exchange for Seattle’s 2001 first round pick (10th overall) and a 2001 third round choice.
  • Released by the Packers on September 3, 1998 and signed to the team’s practice squad two days later.
  • Originally selected by the Packers in the sixth round (187th overall) of the 1998 NFL Draft.

 

PRO CAREER:

  • Three-time Pro Bowler, receiving the honor following the 2003, 2005 and 2007 seasons.
  • Holds 22 career 300-yard passing performances in the regular season and two more in the postseason.
  • Has executed 22 game-winning drives during his career, including two drives in 2012 against Pittsburgh (10/11) and at Buffalo (10/21).
  • During his 14-year career, has connected with 41 different players for touchdowns.
  • Has 50 career games with a passer rating of 95.0 or better, including five in 2011 and his teams are 40-10 in those games.
  • Produced one of the best seasons of his career in 2011. His 518 attempts and 3,571 yards made up the fourth-highest single-season totals in team history, while his completions (319) ranked third in club annals. His 18 touchdown passes were the most since 2004 (Billy Volek), and with 28 completions of 25 yards-or-more, he had the highest big-play total since Steve McNair in 2001 (32).
  • Started both postseason games in 2010 to become the Seahawks’ all-time leader in playoff games played and started. Also set a franchise postseason single-game record with four touchdown passes against New Orleans (1/8/11) in an NFC Wild Card victory.
  • Became the Seahawks’ all-time franchise leader in career attempts, completions and passing yards in 2009, surpassing Dave Krieg in each category. Set a franchise single-game record against Detroit (11/8/09), completing 39 passes, including 15 consecutive, tied for second-most in club history.
  • Earned his third Pro Bowl selection in 2007 after setting career highs for attempts (562), completions (352), passing yards (3,966) and touchdown passes (28).
  • Was named the starter for the NFC Pro Bowl squad in 2005 after posting a career and NFC-best 98.2 passer rating, leading the Seahawks to an appearance in Super Bowl XL.
  • Earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl in 2003 after guiding the Seahawks to their first-ever undefeated home record. Tied his own record for the most 300-yard games in a season (four) and recorded then-career-highs of 3,841 passing yards, 26 passing touchdowns and an 88.8 passer rating.
  • His first NFL touchdown pass came on a fake field goal attempt at Minnesota (12/20/99) with a nine-yard toss to Jeff Thomason.

 

2012 (TITANS):

  • Played in eight games with five starts and completed 138-of-221 passes for 1,367 yards, seven touchdowns and five interceptions for a passer rating of 81.0.
  • Did not play in eight games and was listed as the backup quarterback.
  • Executed two game-winning drives against Pittsburgh (10/11) and at Buffalo (10/21).
  • Against New England (9/9), entered the game early in the fourth quarter after Jake Locker suffered an injury and finished the contest. Completed 6-of-11 passes for 43 yards.
  • At Houston (9/30), entered the game in the first quarter after Jake Locker left the contest with an injury. Completed 17-of-25 passes for 193 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.
  • At Minnesota (10/7), started at quarterback and completed 26-of-43 passes for 200 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Rushed the ball twice for 10 yards.
  • Against Pittsburgh (10/11), started at quarterback and connected on 25-of-44 passes for 290 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Tied the game at 23-23 with a five-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Britt with 4:19 left to play in the fourth quarter. Set up the Titans’ game-winning field goal with a 25-yard pass to Jared Cook to the Steelers’ 25-yard line with 32 seconds left to play in the game.
  • At Buffalo (10/21), started at quarterback and completed 22-of-33 passes for 205 yards and one touchdown for a 93.6 passer rating. Gave the Titans a dramatic 35-34 lead with a 15-yard touchdown strike to Nate Washington on fourth-and-nine with 1:03 remaining in the game.
  • Against Indianapolis (10/28), started at quarterback and completed 22-of-29 passes for 236 yards and a touchdown for a 110.7 passer rating.
  • At Chicago (11/4), started at quarterback and completed 20-of-35 passes for 200 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Rushed the ball twice for 18 yards.

 

2011 (TITANS):

  • Started all 16 games for the fourth time in his career. Connected on 319-of-518 passes for 3,571 yards, 18 touchdowns and 14 interceptions for an 82.4 passer rating.
  • Finished fourth in the AFC with an 86.4 passer rating on third down.
  • Surpassed the 3,500-yard passing mark for the third time in his 13-year career and became the only player in franchise history other than Hall of Famer Warren Moon to reach the 3,500-yard barrier.
  • Posted 300-or-more passing yards three times: against Baltimore (9/18), against Denver (9/25) and against Jacksonville (12/24).
  • Became the 33rd player in NFL history to amass 30,000 yards passing with an 11-yard pass to Nate Washington against Baltimore (9/18).
  • Was voted a team captain for the 2011 season by his teammates.
  • Passed for 932 yards in the first three games, the highest total of his career in the first three games of a season.
  • His 621 passing yards were the most by a Titans/Oilers quarterback through a season’s first two weeks since Warren Moon’s 691 in 1992.
  • At Jacksonville (9/11), completed 21-of-34 passes for 263 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. Scrambled out of the pocket and completed a shovel pass to Kenny Britt for an 80-yard touchdown in the third quarter.
  • Against Baltimore (9/18), completed 30-of-42 passes for 358 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Gave the Titans a 10-7 advantage with a four-yard touchdown toss to Britt with 40 seconds remaining in the first half.
  • Against Denver (9/25), completed 27-of-36 passes for 311 yards and two touchdowns for a season-high 119.1 passer rating. Became the first Titans quarterback to pass for 300 yards in back-to-back games since Billy Volek in 2004. Found Craig Stevens over the middle for a 58-yard reception down to the Denver 25-yard line during the game-winning drive. Gave the Titans a 17-14 lead with a four-yard touchdown toss to Daniel Graham with 4:24 remaining in the fourth quarter.
  • At Cleveland (10/2), started at quarterback and connected on 10-of-20 passes for 220 yards and three touchdowns for a 108.3 passer rating. Found Craig Stevens for a 12-yard touchdown in the first quarter and added his second and third scoring strikes to Jared Cook and Damian Williams in the second quarter.
  • At Pittsburgh (10/9), completed 29-of-49 passes for 262 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Found Damian Williams for a 19-yard touchdown pass on third-and-19 in the fourth quarter.
  • Against Indianapolis (10/30), completed 23-of-33 passes for 224 yards and a touchdown for a 98.5 passer rating. Extended the Titans lead to 27-10 with a 14-yard touchdown toss to Nate Washington in the fourth quarter.
  • Against Cincinnati (11/6), connected on 24-of-41 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns. Gave the Titans a 10-7 lead with an eight-yard touchdown toss to Damian Williams in the back of the end zone in the second quarter. Extended the Titans lead to 17-7 with a 16-yard touchdown strike to Lavelle Hawkins in the back of the end zone with eight seconds remaining in the second quarter.
  • At Carolina (11/13), completed 15-of-27 passes for 219 yards, one touchdown and an interception. Found Damian Williams for a 43-yard catch-and-run touchdown to give the Titans a 14-0 lead with 5:45 remaining in the first quarter.
  • Against Tampa Bay (11/27), started at quarterback and completed 19-of-34 passes for 160 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. Extended a fourth-and-two play and found Williams in the back of the end zone for the game-winning two-yard touchdown pass with 3:01 remaining in the fourth quarter.
  • Against Jacksonville (12/24), completed 24-of-40 passes for 350 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Gave the Titans a 10-0 lead with a 55-yard touchdown pass to Jared Cook over the deep middle with 4:39 left to play in the first stanza.
  • At Houston (1/1/12), completed 22-of-35 passes for 297 yards and two touchdowns for a 108.9 passer rating. Gave the Titans a 10-7 lead with a one-yard touchdown pass to Donnie Avery with 3:48 remaining in the second quarter. Gave the Titans a 23-16 lead with a 23-yard touchdown toss to Washington with 4:31 remaining in the game.
  • His 518 attempts and 3,571 yards made up the fourth-highest single-season totals in team history, while his completions (319) ranked third in club annals. His 18 touchdown passes were the most since 2004 (Billy Volek), and with 28 completions of 25 yards-or-more, he had the highest big-play total since Steve McNair in 2001 (32).

 

2010 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started 14 games, was inactive for one and was active but did not play in another game.
  • Completed 266-of-444 passes for 3,001 yards, 12 touchdowns and 17 interceptions for a 73.2 rating.
  • Against San Francisco (9/12), completed 18-of-23 passes for 170 yards with two touchdowns in the victory.
  • At Arizona (11/14), notched a 106.6 passer rating by completing 22-of-34 passes for 333 yards and a touchdown.
  • At New Orleans (11/21), posted a season-high 366 passing yards on 32-of-44 passing with a touchdown.
  • In the NFC Wild Card game against New Orleans (1/8/11), completed 22-of-35 passes for 272 yards with a team-record four touchdowns in the victory.
  • In the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Chicago (1/16), connected on 26-of-46 throws for 258 yards and three touchdown passes.
  • Started both postseason games to become the Seahawks’ all-time leader in playoff games played and started. Also set a franchise postseason single-game record with four touchdown passes against New Orleans (1/8/11) in an NFC Wild Card victory.

 

2009 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started 14 games and completed 293-of-488 passes for 3,029 yards, 17 touchdowns and 17 interceptions for a 75.1 passer rating. Was inactive for two games.
  • Threw for three touchdowns against St. Louis (9/13), connecting on 25-of-36 passes for 279 yards and a 96.9 passer rating.
  • Against Jacksonville (10/11), connected on 18-of-31 passes for 241 yards and four touchdowns for a season-best 125.1 passer rating.
  • Completed 26-of-52 passes for 315 yards and a touchdown at Arizona (11/15).
  • Against San Francisco (12/6), posted a 107.2 passer rating and two touchdowns, while completing 25-of-34 passes for 198 yards.
  • Became the Seahawks’ all-time franchise leader in career attempts, completions and passing yards, surpassing Dave Krieg in each category. Also set a franchise single-game record against Detroit (11/8), completing 39 passes, including 15 consecutive, tied for second-most in club history.

 

2008 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started seven games and completed 109-of-209 passes for 1,216 yards, five touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
  • Was inactive for nine games with a back injury.
  • Against St. Louis (9/21), connected on 12-of-20 passes for 172 yards and a touchdown for a 104.6 passer rating.
  • Completed 22-of-38 passes for a season-high 287 yards at Dallas (11/27).
  • Recorded a season-high two touchdown passes against Washington (11/23), connecting on 12-of-24 attempts for 103 yards.

 

2007 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started all 16 games and two postseason contests. Earned his third Pro Bowl selection after setting career highs for attempts (562), completions (352), passing yards (3,966) and touchdown passes (28).
  • Completed 27 passes at Carolina (12/16) on his way to setting the club’s single-season record with 319.
  • Set a career-high with his 26th and 27th touchdown passes versus Baltimore (12/23).
  • Against Tampa Bay (9/9), connected on 17-of-24 passes for 222 yards and a touchdown in the season opener.
  • Completed 26-of-43 passing attempts for a season-high 362 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for a 93.4 rating against New Orleans (10/14).
  • Threw for 337 yards and two touchdowns on 30-of-44 passing against Chicago (11/18).
  • At Cleveland (11/4), completed 30-of-47 passes for 318 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for an 88.8 rating.
  • Against Arizona (12/9), registered a season-best 131.6 passer rating by connecting on 22-of-33 passes for 272 yards and four touchdowns.

 

2006 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started 12 games and completed 210-of-371 passes for 2,442 yards, 18 touchdowns and 15 interceptions for a 76.0 passer rating.
  • Was inactive for four consecutive games from Week 8 to Week 11 with a knee injury.
  • Threw for a career-high five touchdowns against the New York Giants (9/24), completing 24-of-33 passes for 227 yards.
  • At St. Louis (10/15), connected on 19-of-34 passes for a season-high 268 yards and three touchdowns.
  • At Arizona (12/10), notched a season-best 133.5 passer rating by completing 20-of-28 passes for 243 yards and three touchdowns.

 

2005 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started all 16 games for second time in his career and completed 294-of-449 passes for 3,459 yards, 24 touchdowns and nine interceptions for a 98.2 passer rating.
  • In three postseason games, completed 62-of-103 passes for 707 yards, four touchdowns and one interception for an 89.7 passer rating.
  • His touchdown total led the NFC while his completion percentage (65.5) ranked second.
  • Eclipsed the 3,000-yard mark for the fourth straight year, breaking Jim Zorn’s club record (three).
  • Passed for at least one touchdown in a career-high 12 consecutive games.
  • Had a December to remember posting the fourth-best passer rating in NFL history (135.5) during the month, tossing 10 touchdowns and one interception with a completion percentage of 76.0.
  • Totaled a 103.0 passer rating in eight road games and did not throw an interception on the road in the final seven games (185 attempts) of the season.
  • Set a club record for consecutive passes without an interception at 159 (Zorn, 153).
  • Against San Francisco (12/11), completed 21-of-25 passes for 226 yards and four touchdowns for a 127.3 passer rating.
  • At Tennessee (12/18), posted a career-high 147.7 passer rating by completing 21-of-27 passes for 285 yards and three touchdowns.
  • In the NFC Divisional Playoffs against Carolina (1/22), completed 20-of-28 passes for 219 yards and two touchdowns for a 118.0 passer rating.
  • In Super Bowl XL against Pittsburgh (2/5), connected on 26-of-49 passes for 273 yards with a touchdown and an interception.
  • Was named the starter for the NFC Pro Bowl squad in 2005 after posting a career and NFC-best 98.2 passer rating, leading the Seahawks to an appearance in Super Bowl XL. His passer rating was also a Seahawks’ single-season record.

 

2004 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Started 14 games and connected on 279-of-474 passes for 3,382 yards with 22 touchdowns and 15 interceptions for an 83.1 passer rating.
  • Joined Dave Krieg as only quarterbacks in club history to pass for 20-or-more touchdowns in consecutive seasons, while joining Jim Zorn as the franchise’s only quarterbacks to eclipse 3,000 yards three consecutive seasons.
  • Named NFC Offensive Player of the Month for December after passing for 1,140 yards, completing 94-of-131 attempts (71.6 percent), 10 touchdowns, and four interceptions, helping Seattle earn their first NFC West title.
  • Was inactive in one game and was active but did not play in one game.
  • At San Francisco (11/7), completed 17-of-28 passes for 285 yards and three touchdowns for a 130.8 passer rating.
  • Against Dallas (12/6), connected on 28-of-40 passes for 414 yards with three touchdowns.
  • In an NFC Wild Card Playoff game against St. Louis (1/8), passed for 341 yards completing 27-of-43 attempts, two touchdowns and an interception. Joined Dan Fouts and Marc Bulger as the only players in NFL history to begin their postseason careers with two 300-plus passing games.

 

2003 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl after guiding the Seahawks to their first-ever undefeated home record.
  • Tied his own record for the most 300-yard games in a season (four) and recorded then-career-highs of 3,841 passing yards, 26 passing touchdowns and an 88.8 passer rating.
  • Became the team’s first quarterback since Rick Mirer in 1993 to start all 16 games.
  • Threw for a season-high 344 passing yards at Cincinnati (10/26), completing 26-of-43 passes for three touchdowns and three interceptions.
  • Registered 333 passing yards on 23-of-41 passing with a career-best five touchdown tosses at Baltimore (11/23).
  • Against Cleveland (11/30), completed 26-of-35 passes for 328 yards and three touchdowns.
  • Completed 24-of-37 passes for 315 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions at San Francisco (12/27).
  • Connected on 25-of-45 passes for 305 yards and an interception in an NFC Wild Card Playoff game at Green Bay (1/4/04).

 

2002 (SEAHAWKS):

  • Entered the season as the team’s second-string quarterback behind Trent Dilfer. Started the season opener at Oakland (9/8) for Dilfer (knee) before taking over the remainder of the season after Dilfer suffered a season-ending Achilles injury at Dallas (10/27).
  • In 16 games (10 starts), completed 267-of-419 passes for 3,075 yards, 15 touchdowns and 10 interceptions for an 87.8 passer rating.
  • Passed for more than 300 yards four times and surpassed 400 yards twice, both club records for a single season.
  • His completion percentage (63.7) was tops in the NFC (5th in the NFL) and his passer rating ranked second in the NFC (6th in the NFL).
  • Led an offense that averaged an NFL-high 476.0 yards per game over the final six games, which included a franchise-record three 500-yard games.
  • At San Diego (12/29), set team marks for completions (36) and yards (449).
  • At San Francisco (12/1), attempted a franchise-record 55 passes with 30 completions for 427 yards with three touchdowns.

 

2001 (SEAHAWKS):

  • In his first season with the Seahawks, appeared in 13 games with 12 starts and completed 176-of-321 passes for 2,023 yards, seven touchdowns and eight interceptions for a 70.9 passer rating.
  • At Cleveland (9/9), made his first career start and completed 20-of-34 passes for 178 yards with two touchdowns and four interceptions.
  • Against Miami (10/28), connected on 16-of-28 passes for 230 yards and two touchdowns for a 107.7 passer rating.

 

2000 (PACKERS):

  • Saw action in all 16 games primarily as the holder for the extra point and field goal units.
  • Completed 10-of-19 passes for 104 yards and a touchdown in four games as a backup quarterback.
  • At Tampa Bay (11/12), completed 9-of-18 passes for 93 yards and a touchdown.

 

1999 (PACKERS):

  • Saw action in all 16 games primarily as the holder for the extra point and field goal units.
  • Completed 3-of-10 passes for 41 yards and one touchdown in four games as a backup quarterback.
  • At Minnesota (12/20), registered his first NFL touchdown pass with a nine-yard toss on a fake field goal attempt.

 

1998 (PACKERS):

  • Spent his entire rookie campaign on the Packers’ practice squad.

 

COLLEGE:

  • Was a four-year letterman and two-year starter at Boston College.
  • Played in 37 career games with 21 starts and finished fifth on the Eagles’ career passing list with 4,548 yards, completing 390-of-701 passes for 22 touchdowns and 26 interceptions.
  • Was named a co-winner of the “Thomas F. Scanlon Award” as the school’s outstanding senior scholar-athlete as a senior.
  • Completed 188-of-305 passes for 2,239 yards, 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in his final year.
  • Threw for 277 yards in a 22-of-33 performance that included a school-record 14 consecutive completions against Notre Dame.
  • Completed 31-of-46 attempts for a career-high 393 yards and three touchdowns in his final collegiate game in a victory over Army.
  • As a junior, connected on 171-of-330 passes for 1,990 yards and nine touchdowns with nine interceptions.  
  • Came off the bench to lead the team to a come-from-behind victory over Hawaii in the season opener.
  • Started the next 10 games before separating his right shoulder, causing him to miss the season finale against Miami (Fla.).
  • Served as the Eagles’ backup quarterback as a sophomore. Played in 11 games with one start. Completed 27-of-60 passes for 280 yards, two touchdowns and seven interceptions.
  • Saw action in five games as a redshirt freshman.
  • Received a B.S. Degree in Marketing and Finance from Boston College.

 

PERSONAL:

  • Was an honorable mention All-American selection by USA Today as a senior at Xaverian Brothers High School in Westwood, Mass.
  • Garnered All-East honors from Blue Chip Illustrated and All-New England honors from SuperPrep.
  • As a two-year starter, completed 90-of-120 passes for 1,490 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior. Also ran for 400 yards and three touchdowns en route to capturing conference title and runner-up in Massachusetts’ Division 1-A Super Bowl.
  • Earned three letters in basketball and two in baseball.
  • The Hasselbeck family has a rich tradition in pro football. Matt’s father Don, played tight end in the NFL for nine seasons with the Patriots (1977-1983), Raiders (1983), Vikings (1984), and Giants (1985). His younger brother, Tim, was a starting quarterback for Boston College and played for the Philadelphia Eagles (2002), Washington Redskins (2003-2004), New York Giants (2005-2006) and Arizona Cardinals (2007). His youngest brother, Nathanael, also attended Boston College and played defensive back.
  • He and his wife co-chaired Medical Teams International’s Field of Dreams auction for three years and have been dedicated supporters of MTI for the past six years. The organization’s mission is to serve people all over the world stricken by disaster, conflict and poverty.
  • The Hasselbecks are supporters of charity: water, whose mission is to provide clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations. They are part of the organization’s membership group called The Well, which allows charity: water to direct 100 percent of public donations to fund water projects.
  • Along with his wife, he co-chaired the International Justice Mission Nashville Benefit dinner in September 2012. International Justice Mission is a human rights organization that brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression.
  • Competed in CBS’ version of the “NFL Quarterback Challenge” over the 2003 offseason and finished in first place.
  • During his time with the Seahawks, was involved and supported the local Boys and Girls Club, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Childbaven KITH Cares, Pro Athletes Outreach, Coaches Time Out, Young Life Northwest, Compassion International, World Vision, Band of Brothers, Rwanda Girls Initiative, Desire Street Ministries and Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids Foundation.
  • Wife, Sarah, was very active with Seahawks Women’s Association. She started a program called Funky Young Women, where the player’s wives would take out 10-12 teenagers (and each could bring a guest) that were undergoing cancer treatment at Seattle Children’s Hospital. She’s also a runner and has participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
  • He is married to his college sweetheart, Sarah, and has two daughters, Annabelle and Mallory, and one son, Henry.
  • Born Matthew Michael Hasselbeck on September 25, 1975, in Boulder, Colo.