Shortly after Matt Hasselbeck retired from the game of football, he joined the ESPN team. The retired quarterback will replace Mike Ditka on ESPN’s Sunday NFL countdown this fall. Hasselbeck had a decent final season but it was full of injuries which likely lead to his decision to retire. Hasselbeck was 156 of 256 and had 1,690-yards with nine TD’s. He was 5 and 3 as a starter helping the Colts keep within .500.
Matt Hasselbeck’s retirement will spark the end of an era as there are no longer any players drafted in the 90’s still playing in the NFL. He will end his career with 36,638 passing yards, 212 touchdowns, 153 interceptions. He had played for the GreenBay Packers, the Seattle Seahawks, the Tennessee Titans, and the Indianapolis Colts.