Another person very close to Hasselbeck also thinks that he will be on the move – that being his brother – ESPN’s Tim Hasselbeck.
“Truth be told for Matthew, it’s really as simple as if he gets a better offer to play in Tennessee that’s on a legitimate 2 or 3 year deal and not a deal that is really just a one-year deal,’’ said Tim. “He would do it. And playing with the talent that is there vs. the talent that’s inSeattle, it is really not a tough decision.”
Hasselbeck could come in for a season or two and be a solid mentor for Jake Locker, that is if he stays upright playing for the Titans. With Chris Johnson on the verge of a hold out, having a veteran QB may be important for a young team with a new coach.