Matt's father was teammate with fellow seahawk Lofa Tatupu's father on the New England Patriots.
Matt's daughters go to school in Seattle.
Deion Branch thinks that Matt will play like Tom Brady in later years.
Matt is an avid golfer.
Matt has a radio segment on 710 Kiro in Washington.
Matt tried out for tight end but his coach switched him to quarterback
matt played for boston college
Matt's number is 8.
The 2006-2007 season was a tough season for Matt. Matt had a MCL sprain, a couple broken fingers, and a fractured rib.
Matt preceded Jon Kitna as quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks.
Matt's uncle is Steven Hasselbeck who was a star wide receiver at the University of Pennsylvania.
Matt has a total of 792 rushing yards.
In Matt's first game since his knee injury, Matt broke a couple fingers on his left hand so for the rest of the game Matt wore a glove on his left hand.
In Matt's first game back from his knee injury Matt recorded 3 interceptions all in the first quarter.
Matt attended Boston College.
In 2006 Matt was chosen to be the spokesperson for Chunky Noodle Soup.
When Matt played for Green Bay Packers he had a total of 145 passing yards.
According to Deion Branch, Matt is like a second Tom Brady.
Matt and the Seahawks will be going to China for the China Bowl in August of 2009.
In the 2005-2006 season Matt had the highest passing rate in the NFC.
Matt's sister in law is Elizabeth Hasselbeck who is a co-host on The View.
In the 2006-2007 season Matt had a serious knee injury which took him out for most of the season.
Matt's brother Tim Hasselbeck is quarterback for the New York Giants.
Matt's father is Don Hasselbeck who was a Tight End for the New England Patriots.
In Matt's senior year of high school, he completed 90 of 120 passes for 1,490 yards and he threw seven touchdown passes.
Matt was an honorable mention All-American football player when he was a senior at Xaverian Brothers High School.
In 1998, Matt was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the NFL draft. He was the 342nd overall pick.
Matt is 6'4" tall and he weighs 223 lbs.
Matt: Losing Mack Strong will most likely change the way we play.
Matt: Miscommunication. Usually, that is a wide receiver running that. I was thinking one thing and Jerramy was thinking another.
Matt: It was much harder than I expected to see the team off today.
Matt: Packing for a road trip usually entails getting online and checking a weather report for the city which we're going to.
Matt: We played really, really well at times, it's just that we turned the ball over too many times.