Another Vote For Matt Hasselbeck Leaving Seattle Seahawks

Matt Hasselbeck will leave the Seattle Seahawks when the NFL lockout is lifted. No, wait, he'll re-sign and stick with them. Actually, he's on his way. No, he's staying in Seattle.

That's how the Matt Hasselbeck in Seattle story is going these days. We've heard from people predicting Hasselbeck will be leaving the Seahawks as a free agent whenever the lockout is lifted and then we've heard from others, including Hasselbeck himself, that suggest staying in Seattle is an option.

The latest is a "no" vote from Peter King of SI.com. King writes via Twitter that Hasselbeck is not expected back in Seattle and says the Cardinals, Titans, Dolphins and Vikings are all possibilities for him. 

Hasselbeeck is 35 years old and could have another productive season or two in him. Teams that need someone to bridge the gap for a rookie starter would make sense for Hasselbeck if he's not coming back to Seattle. The Titans could fit that mold if QB Jake Locker isn't ready right away.

Check out Field Gulls to see what Seahawks fans are saying about Hasselbeck's future. 

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