Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Seattle Seahawks Done With Matt Hasselbeck?

After spending the past ten seasons in Seattle, it appears Matt Hasselbeck's career with the Seahawks may be done. ESPN's John Clayton is predicting Seattle will not re-sign the veteran quarterback.

Clayton believes if the Seahawks wanted Hasselbeck back, they would have worked out a deal before the lockout. Clayton speculates Seattle will let Hasselbeck test the free agent market once a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is reached.

Hasselbeck, who turns 36 in September, struggled last season throwing for 3,001 yards, 12 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. However, Hasselbeck did lead the 7-9 Seahawks to a playoff victory over the New Orleans Saints.

Clayton mentioned the Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins and Arizona Cardinals as possible landing spots for Hasselbeck.

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