Posted by Andy Benoit
Matt Hasselbeck is getting a little lonely up in the Pacific Northwest. He said in an interview with Dave Mahler of Sports Radio 950 KJR this week that he’s having trouble finding Seahawk teammates to work out with.
"With the amount of free agents that we have on our team, there aren’t a lot of guys that stuck around,” Hasselbeck said. “And the guys that are here are here because they had offseason surgeries and are doing rehab. It’s been a challenge to get guys to come live here in Seattle in the offseason, because they don’t know they’re going to be on the Seahawks next year. So it’s been disappointing that way.
"But at the same time, it’s been an opportunity to work with guys on other teams, former teammates, Seneca Wallace, Nate Burleson. I’m working out with John Carlson who's kind of my workout partner. And he's an absolute beast, so he’s the perfect partner to work out with because he really gets after it.”
What’s interesting is Hasselbeck is part of that group of Seahawk free agents. But he’s been in Seattle the past 10 years now, so unlike other unsigned teammates, he’s probably grown attached to the rain.
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