Hasselbeck did well, starting eight games for the injured Andrew Luck and seemed to produce better than luck did, showing that the Veteran QB still has some life left in him. I look forward to seeing him return for the 2016 season and possibly wrapping his long career up, on a high note.
“After starting eight games for the Colts this past season, Matt Hasselbeck told ESPN Seattle’s “Brock and Salk” show on Thursday that he’s”strongly leaning toward” playing an 18th NFL season.”
“I haven’t really, I guess, made up my mind completely on it,” Hasselbeck said, per the station’s Brady Henderson. “You’ve got to decide that you’ll be ready to go for all the other stuff. It’s a commitment. If you’re a football player, you start back up April 18. It’s a grind. You’ve got to give it everything you’ve got, you’ve got to be all in, you’ve got to realize there are going to be injuries, it is going to be a physical game, you’re going to get hit in the head a bunch.” -Reported by Marc Sessler
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