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Report: Matt Hasselbeck To Retire After 2014 Season

Alex Marvez of FOX Sports reports that Colts backup QB Matt Hasselbeck has decided to retire once the 2014 season is over.

Hasselbeck, 38, signed a two-year, $7.25 million contract with the Colts this offseason. Hasselbeck has adapted to the role of a mentor for starter Andrew Luck, while also having the necessary experience to be a reliable insurance option for Indianapolis.

Drafted in the sixth-round by the Packers in 1998, Hasselbeck’s main success came during his stay with the Seattle Seahawks. He owns several Seahawk franchise records and even led the team to a Super Bowl XL. Hasselbeck spent some time with the Titans as well.

If his career were to end without him playing another snap, he would finish with a completion percentage of 60.4 to go along with 34,554 yards passing, 201 passing touchdowns and a quarterback rating of 82.2.