Happy Blue Friday, 12s! As we enter the final weekend of the year without NFL football, here's a look at what's out there today — September 3 — about your Seattle Seahawks.
"The Matt Hasselbeck Show" Starts Sept. 15 On 710 ESPN Seattle
After an 18-year career as an NFL quarterback — highlighted by a prolific 10-year stint with the Seahawks — and serving as an analyst for ESPN since his retirement in 2016, Matt Hasselback is now taking his talents to the radio airwaves.
Starting Wednesday, September 15, Hasselbeck will host "The Matt Hasselbeck Show" alongside Mike Salk on 710 ESPN Seattle radio. The show will air from 9 to 10 a.m. every Wednesday and comes as part of a host of changes to the station’s on-air lineup heading into fall. "We couldn't be more excited to add one of the most illustrious players in Seahawks franchise history to our team here at 710 ESPN Seattle," said Kyle Brown, Program Director at 710 ESPN. "Matt is among the premier football analysts in the country and his indelible ties to Seattle make him the perfect addition to our Seahawks coverage."
Hasselbeck played with the Seahawks from 2001 through 2010 and retired as the team's all-time leader in passing yards, completions, and attempts, along with holding numerous other franchise career and season records. He’s set to enter the Seahawks Ring of Honor this season during halftime of the Hawks' October 25 game against the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football.
Blitz Continues Journey Across Washington For Kicks 4 Kids
Blitz's cross-state journey to raise money for his Kicks 4 Kids charitable program continued yesterday, and this time he was joined by TikToker and content creator, JT Laybourne. It seems like they may be a little lost, though…
Follow along on Twitter to see if Blitz and JT can find their way, and click here to make your own charitable donation to Kicks 4 Kids.
Social Post Of The Day
K.J. Wright pens a heartfelt goodbye to Seattle on Instagram following his signing with the Las Vegas Raiders.
More From Around The Web
At Seahawks.com, reporter John Boyle on the “dream come true” homecoming for newly-signed QB Jake Luton.
Also at Seahawks.com, Boyle on the Seahawks’ signing of former Baylor basketball standout TE Mark Vital to the practice squad.
710 ESPN's Dave 'The Groz' Grosby looks back at the Hawks’ historic 2005 season.
Seahawks radio play-by-play announcer Steve Raible joins NFL Now to discuss the Seahawks’ new-look offense.
Photos from Seahawks practice on Wednesday, September 1 at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton.