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Height/Weight: 6-4/235 | Birthdate: 9/25/1975 | Birthplace: Boulder, CO, USA | Team: Indianapolis | College: Boston College | NFL Experience: 16 | Owned/Started%: 0/0
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Matt Hasselbeck doesn't want this to be his last year


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/8/2014) Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, whose contract expires at season's end, wants to back up Andrew Luck in 2015 and beyond. "Ideally, that would be a dream come true," Hasselbeck told the team's website.

The 38-year-old appeared in three games last season, throwing for 130 yards and an interception.


Matt Hasselbeck comes in for mop-up duty


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/29/2013) Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck received some playing time Week 17.

The Colts decided to pull Andrew Luck in the third quarter in order to preserve his health for the playoffs. Hasselbeck completed three of his four attempts, for 25 yards. He also had one rush for -1 yards. 


Five Colts players contribute during Week 10 loss


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/10/2013) Colts fullback Stanley Havili, running back Dan Herron, wide receiver Griff Whalen, wide receiver LaVon Brazill and wide receiver David Reed all made it onto the stat sheet during a 38-8 loss Week 10 vs. St. Louis.

Havili had one carry for 1 yard, while adding three catches for 25 yards.

Herron had one carry for no gain and one catch for 57 yards. In fact, Herron almost scored on his 57-yard catch-and-run, but he was pulled down at the 3-yard line late in the fourth quarter.

Whalen had three catches for 36 yards. His longest catch went 25 yards and he was targeted five times.

Brazill had one catch for 11 yards, despite five targets. Brazill was targeted multiple times in the end zone. He was targeted on a 53-yard pass from Andrew Luck in the first half, but the pass was too far in front of Brazill in the end zone. Brazill was targeted three times by quarterback Matt Hasselbeck when the Colts got down to the Rams' 3-yard line. The last target near the goal line, however, was intercepted.

Reed initially had a 4-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, but the play was reversed to a 2-yard catch after it was ruled Reed stepped out of bounds before scoring.

The Colts are back in action Week 11 at Tennessee.


Matt Hasselbeck gets mop-up duty in Week 10 loss


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/10/2013) Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck got some mop-up duty during Sunday's 38-8 loss vs. St. Louis. Hasselbeck entered the game in the fourth quarter Week 10 after Andrew Luck threw his third interception.

Hasselbeck came close to recording a touchdown, but Daniel Herron was pulled down at the 3-yard line after a 57-yard catch-and-run. Hasselbeck completed 2 of 5 passes for 68 yards and one interception. Hasselbeck was picked off on a fourth-and-goal play. The ball was tipped at the line and intercepted in the end zone.

The Colts are back in action Week 11 at Tennessee.


Matt Hasselbeck gets some work late


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/29/2013) With the Colts up 34-3 late in the fourth quarter, backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck gave starter Andrew Luck a breather for the team's final drive and led the team to one last field goal, completing 2 of 3 passes for 37 yards. It was Hasselbeck's first action under center this season.

It's a 'No Luck Thursday' - Matt Hasselbeck starts for Colts


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(7:13 pm ET) Matt Hasselbeck is starting at quarterback for the Colts with Andrew Luck taking it easy Thursday night in Cincinnati. Hasselbeck will not have top receiver Reggie Wayne as a target - he too is sitting.

Matt Hasselbeck effective as Andrew Luck's backup


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/11/2013) Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck replaced Andrew Luck in the Colts' preseason opener and hit 4 of 8 throws for 75 yards and a touchdown, with an interception. Hasselbeck probably should have had two touchdowns, but tight end Coby Fleener was unable to haul in an excellent throw.

Colts pick up Hasselbeck


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/19/2013) The Colts have signed Matt Hasselbeck to back up Andrew Luck, the Indianapolis Star confirmed on Monday night.

Titans cut Hasselbeck


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/18/2013) The Tennessean reports Monday that the Titans have released backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck. The 37-year-old, 14-year pro was entering the third and final year of his $20 million contract, and was scheduled to make $5.5 million in base salary. Including bonus money, he would have counted $7.5 million against the salary cap. The Titans and Hasselbeck’s agent had been discussing a restructured contract that would have cut the quarterback’s salary, but the sides were making no progress. The Titans were willing to add an extra year onto the contract to make it a more cap-friendly deal, according to sources. “I want to thank Matt for his contributions to our team over the last two years,” said Titans general manager Ruston Webster. “He was an important part of the transition process -- he was a pro at every turn and he provided an example to the rest of the team. I know that we are a better team for his being here and we wish him the best.”

Hasselbeck working on new contract


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/8/2013) Matt Hasselbeck said this week he's working on restructuring his contract to stay with the Titans in 2013. And if he can't then he realizes he could be cut. Hasselbeck was the backup to Jake Locker last season but posted 1,367 yards in five starts with seven touchdowns and five interceptions.

Hasselbeck could lose money


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(2/5/2013) The Tennessean reports that Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck might be looking at a pay cut in 2013. He made $5.5 million in base salary in 2012 and is scheduled to make $5.5 million in base salary again this year. It’s unlikely the Titans will cut him, considering he’s one of the best backups in the game and an ideal mentor for Jake Locker. But it’s also possible the Titans would seek to renegotiate Hasselbeck’s deal downward, given that — unlike last year — he won’t even be competing for a starting position.

Hasselbeck OK as backup QB


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(1/3/2013) The Tennessean reports that Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck is fine about returning to Tennessee next season as the backup to Jake Locker. “Who knows what happens next year?” said Hasselbeck, who will enter the third and final season of his contract with the Titans and count $7.5 million against the team’s salary cap. “But I like our quarterback room a lot and if I’m here, I understand where we are in Jake’s development and all that, so I guess, really, I’m OK with being a part of his maturing process if that’s the role I have to play. What also goes with that role is stepping in if he can’t go, so I knew all that coming in. Some guys might feel differently at the stage I am in my career or whatever. But the only thing that’s important to me that goes with that is I want to be on a team that is good and that is heading in the right direction.”