Matt Hasselbeck was the 13th member inducted in to the Ring of Honor, and the 11th player chosen. Hasselbeck, who Mike Holmgren traded for as his hand-picked quarterback on March 2, 2001, started 131 of 138 regular season games played and started all 11 postseason games played for Seattle from 2001-10. He was a three-time Pro Bowler (2003, 2005, 2007), nine-time team captain (2001, 2003-10), the 2003 Seahawks Man of the Year, 2009 Largent Award recipient and led Seattle to its first Super Bowl appearance in 2005 with a franchise-best 13-3 record. He finished his time in Seattle as the franchise's all-time leader in attempts (4,250), completions (2,559), yards (29,434) and career wins (74), and second in touchdowns (174), numbers since surpassed by Russell Wilson. Hasselbeck finished his playing career with Tennessee (2011-12) and Indianapolis (2013-15), where he started 29 of 39 games played to end his career.