Matt Hasselbeck Ready To Prove He’s Still the Man

Posted: 10th September 2009 by Rob Staton in NFL
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Matt Hasselbeck has come to that time. You know what I'm talking about. By the end of September, he'll be 34 years old. He's missed 13 games in the last three years, spending almost the entire 2008 season struggling with a back injury. His contract expires at the end of 2010. People are starting to talk about him in the past tense. They're discussing whether the Seahawks should have taken Mark Sanchez in the draft. They're asking whether GM Tim Ruskell will choose to draft a quarterback with one of his two first round picks next year. Some are even pondering whether rookie Mike Teel can follow in Hasselbeck's foot steps and become a sixth-round starter. It's perhaps understandable. This is a quarterback driven league. The draft is a 52 weeks-a-year event these days. It's not any detriment ...

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