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Instant Lookback: Seahawks Legend Hasselbeck Inducted Into Ring Of Honor

Seahawks Legend Matt Hasselbeck was inducted into the Ring Of Honor during halftime.


During halftime, Seahawks Legend Matt Hasselbeck was inducted into the Ring of Honor. Hasselbeck became the 13th member of the Ring of Honor and the first inductee since the late Paul Allen was inducted in 2019. Hasselbeck played for the Seahawks from 2001-2010, leading the Hawks to the playoffs for five straight seasons from 2003-2007.  

The Seahawks Ring of Honor recognizes a distinguished list of individuals who have made an incredible impact on the Seahawks organization, both on and off the field. Each member of the Ring of Honor is selected based on their contributions to the success of the club, and their efforts to help shape the organization into one of the most premier franchises in the NFL. Seahawks Ring of Honor members are prominently featured throughout the Virginia Mason Athletic Center and Lumen Field.

Former quarterback Matt Hasselbeck was inducted into the Seahawks Ring of Honor during halftime of Monday's Seahawks-Saints game.

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