8 results for tag: Matt Hasselbeck


Curt, Steve & Matt on the Job

The Seahawks hosted the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football on December 10, 2018, and the evening also featured several events involving some famous Seahawks Legends. Curt Warner was signing copies of his new book - The Warner Boys - before the game. Steve Largent presented the 2018 Steve Largent Award to QB Russell Wilson; and the 12 Flag was raised by none other than Matt Hasselbeck.

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New Legends in PNW FB Hall of Fame

Add Matt Hasselbeck, Mike Holmgren and John Nordstrom to the ever growing list of Seahawks Legends who are members of the Pacific Northwest Football Hall of Fame. CenturyLink Field was the site of the 29th annual induction luncheon, held May 31, 2018. Legends wide receiver and "voice of the Seahawks" Steve Raible served as the mc. Hasselbeck stands as the all-time passing yards leader in Seahawks history. In his 10 seasons in Seattle, he threw for just shy of 30,000 yards and 174 touchdowns, as well as leading the team to six playoffs appearances and an NFC title in 2005. Holmgren's coaching career spanned four decades and all three ...

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A Visit with Matt Hasselbeck

One of the all-time Seahawks greats, Hasselbeck totaled 174 TD passes over his 10 seasons at quarterback in Seattle. A 3-time Pro Bowl selection (2003, 2005, 2007), he had 3 games with 5 TD passes, and he helped lead the Seahawks to their first Super Bowl in the 2005 season. Hasselbeck finished with 272 yards and 4 touchdowns in the "Beast Quake" 2010 playoff upset of the defending champion New Orleans Saints - his final home game as a Seahawk.

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Matt Hasselbeck Returns to the Nest

This Monday night, former Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck will step on to Seattle’s CenturyLink Field for the first time as an ESPN analyst. Alongside his former Seahawks teammate Trent Dilfer and the Monday Night Countdown crew, Hasselbeck will preview the Buffalo Bills-Seattle Seahawks matchup (5:15 p.m. PT, ESPN). The 18-year NFL veteran spent 10 seasons in the Pacific Northwest, leading the Seahawks to the playoffs six times and to the first Super Bowl appearance in franchise history in 2005. Hasselbeck spoke with Front Row about his time in Seattle, his favorite memories as a Seahawk and what kind of impact “The 12s” – ...

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Isaiah Kacyvenski Says Football is Getting Safer

A former Harvard football player and Seattle Seahawks linebacker said the tide is already turning in the effort to make football a safer sport for kids as Bay State schools see a drop in participation spurred by the fear of head injuries. “Overall, there is a tide turning,” said Isaiah Kacyvenski on Boston Herald Radio’s “Morning Meeting” show. “It started with the NFL…around this awareness piece that then leads to education that then leads to understanding that a head trauma or a hit to the head or a concussion is not like any other injury.” The Herald reported today a 25 percent increase in the number of ...

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Isaiah Kacyvenski is Leading the Charge to Make Football Safer

Isaiah Kacyvenski explains the inner workings of the CheckLight helmet senser on TechCrunch TV. Football coaches historically carried a special affinity for players who treated themselves as human missiles. Their highest compliment often was to laud a player for exhibiting “a reckless disregard” for his body. Isaiah Kacyvenski was such a perfect example of this breed of player that he made a living at it as a linebacker with the Seahawks for six seasons (2000-2006, St. Louis: 2006). In a way, concussions were an indicator Kacyvenski was doing his job. Whether absorbing or delivering them, they were a sign he was contributing to violent ...

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Matt Hasselbeck: A Second Chance

September 8, 2011 By Scott M. Johnson He grew up in a privileged household, the oldest son of a former NFL player, and yet by the time Matt Hasselbeck arrived in Seattle in 2001 he was not used to having things handed to him on a silver platter. So it took a little getting used to when Seahawks head coach Mike Holmgren traded two draft picks for Hasselbeck and immediately anointed him as the starting quarterback. Hasselbeck had never started a game at the NFL level. He was not invited to the scouting combine after his senior year at Boston College, and he didn't hear his name called until the sixth round of the 1998 NFL draft. Even while at ...

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The Seahawks’ 35th Anniversary Dream Team

By Clare Farnsworth Imagine a Seahawks offense with the ability to move the ball with Shaun Alexander running behind the left side of a line comprised of Walter Jones, Steve Hutchinson and Robbie Tobeck, and aided by the bulldozing lead blocks of fullback Mack Strong. Now, picture that same offense featuring a passing attack with Matt Hasselbeck distributing the ball to Hall of Fame wide receiver Steve Largent, as well as Brian Blades, slot receiver Bobby Engram and tight end John Carlson. On defense, close your eyes and envision just how dominating a line could be with sack-master ends Jacob Green and Michael Sinclair flanking a tough-...

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