Seahawks enter Matt Hasselbeck into their Ring of Honor


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Seahawks enter Matt Hasselbeck into their Ring of Honor

Matt Hasselbeck ended his time in Seattle as the franchise’s all-time leader in attempts, completions, passing yards and career wins.

Matt Hasselbeck tonight became the 13th member of the Honor Ring of the Seattle Seahawks, after a ceremony of praise at halftime of the meeting of “Monday Night Football“at home before New Orleans Saints.

Hasselbeck spent a decade in Seattle, starting 131 of 138 regular-season games and the 11 postseason games in which the Seahawks from 2001 to 2010. Hasselbeck was a three-time selected to Pro bowl, including in 2005 when Seattle reached the Super bowl.

Hasselbeck ended his time in Seattle as the franchise’s all-time leader in attempts, completions, passing yards and career wins, though those numbers have since been surpassed by Russell wilson.

Hasselbeck ended his career playing for the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts.

The exaltation of Hasselbeck during the game in which Seattle in front of the Saints ties in with their last encounter in a uniform of the Seahawks. Hasselbeck threw four touchdown passes on the 2010 NFC Wild Card Game, with the Seahawks surprising New orleans 41-36 in a game remembered for the touchdown breakaway “Beastquake” from Marshawn lynch.

The Seahawks they announced the honor for Hasselbeck last August 25. At the time, the organization also announced that the former head coach, Mike holmgren, who led Hasselbeck in his best years, he would be included in the Honor Ring also, with a ceremony scheduled for October 31, when Seattle receive the Jacksonville Jaguars.


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