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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Matt Hasselbeck. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Matt Hasselbeck, often where they are interviewed.

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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Matt Hasselbeck. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Matt Hasselbeck, often where they are interviewed.

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Sarah and Matt Hasselbeck

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Former NFL Pro Bowl quarterback Matthew Hasselbeck and his wife Sarah join us today to talk about marriage, faith, football and relationships.

Table Forty is part of the Sports Spectrum Podcast Network. For more stories of sports and faith, check out SportsSpectrum.com.

Jul 29 2020

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5-8 H2 - Mother's Day thoughts / Matt Hasselbeck and Robbie Tobeck join for latest edition of Dynamic Duos

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Puck and Slickhawk acknowledge Mother's Day weekend with some thoughts on their own mothers. Former Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck and center Robbie Tobeck join Puck and Slickhawk to reminisce on their time together in Seattle, share stories and more.

May 08 2020

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Matt Hasselbeck and Robbie Tobeck join for latest edition of Dynamic Duos

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Former Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck and center Robbie Tobeck join Puck and Slickhawk to reminisce on their time together in Seattle, share stories and more.

May 08 2020

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PMS 2.0 196 - Matt Hasselbeck, Peter King, & Legend, AJ Hawk Stop By For A Nice Topical Conversation On This Beautiful Cinco De Mayo

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On today's show, 3x Pro Bowler, 17 year NFL veteran at QB, current ESPN analyst and friend of the program, Matt Hasselbeck, joins the show. Pat and Matt discuss Andy Dalton signing with the Cowboys and what he thinks this means for Dak Prescott, and if he thinks he had suitors elsewhere. They also discuss Alex Smith's Project 11 and how remarkable of a story it is, and Matt gives his take on the Aaron Rodgers situation and relays a similar experience he had with Pete Carroll his last season in Seattle (1:47-21:30). Next is another installment of McAfee & Hawk Sports Talk where Pat and AJ discuss everything with the Andy Dalton situation, a potential massive guest they are booking for the show, they take another look back at the Packers draft as Mad Mel Kiper makes an appearance, discuss episodes five and six of The Last Dance, and cover everything else that is going on around the world of sports and in the NFL (24:42-1:32:25). Lastly, 3x National Sportswriter of the Year, publisher of Football Morning in America, and NBC Sports contributor, Peter King joins the show via FaceTime. Pat and Peter chat about who some of Andy Dalton's other options may have been, why he thinks the Cowboys may have signed him as a precaution in case Dak Prescott gets Covid19, the NFL planning to release their schedule this week with no international games and the regular season starting on time (with the assumption that it is subject to change), why this is such a weird market for Cam Newton, and if he has any memories from covering Michael Jordan (1:32:27-1:49:21). Don't forget to send in the hashtag #ThisIsWhereImAtPat with a picture of where you're listening to the show for the chance to win some free merch. Happy Cinco de Mayo, be safe out there. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

May 05 2020

1hr 52mins

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Matt Hasselbeck likes what he sees with Justin Herbert

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Former Seahawks quarterback and current ESPN analyst Matt Hasselbeck joins this week's podcast to share his thoughts on Justin Herbert's future in the NFL and whether he thinks Marcus Mariota can rebound in Las Vegas.

1:15  Matt Hasselbeck's analysis of Justin Herbert

2:00  Hasselbeck thinks Herbert could be second quarterback drafted and possibly third player drafted next week

2:30  Who would Herbert fit best with, Chargers or Dolphins?

4:00  A head coach who knows how to coach the quarterback is vital to success

5:30  Veteran leaders will help Herbert's development

6:30  Does dealing with diversity in college prepare guys for the NFL

7:30  Herbert has had very simple offenses at Oregon. NFL offenses are more complex

9:00  Which is a bigger concern for Oregon, accuracy or arm strength

11:20 Any advice for rookie quarterbacks

14:00 Will Mariota be a starter in the NFL again

16:00 Legacy of Russell Wilson in Seattle

Apr 15 2020

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S5EP5: Matt Hasselbeck

The Ready State Podcast
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Matt Hasselbeck is a former pro-football player spending the bulk of his career with the Seattle Seahawks after his initial position as back-up Quarterback to Brett Favre on the Packers for 2 years. Matt led Seattle to six playoff appearances including the 2005 Superbowl against the Steelers and was selected to 3 Pro Bowls. After 10 seasons and a contract dispute, Matt went on to play for the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts. At retirement, Matt signed a one-day contract so that he could officially retire as a Seahawk after 18 seasons in the NFL and continues to be beloved by the Seattle community. Matt went on to become an ESPN analyst working on Sunday NFL Countdown, and most recently calling Thursday night college football games.

For more info about Matt follow him on Instagram and Twitter.

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04:51 Matt’s Background and Football Career; Matt’s dad let them play football (but didn’t want them to), but it was mandatory that they played a bunch of sports
05:26 NFL Combine; Andy Reid
05:50 Matt started 9 games as a 40 year old
06:26 The average NFL careers is about 2.8 years, Matt played for 18 years
06:49 Matt was drafted to the Green Bay Packers backing up Brett Favre for his first 3 years in the NFL
07:27 Matt has only had one surgery, that he was basically talked into by Drew Brees
09:27 Dr. James Andrews, Kevin Wilk, Lenny Macrina
11:46 Drew Brees and “the San Diego Guys” were really the first to train differently as QBs rather than doing the team workout
13:27 Early training and recovery at the beginning of Matt’s NFL career was all carbs, ice cream bars, and miller lites
16:16 Matt talks about how his thinking has evolved around sleep
16:44 Mark Verstegen
18:17 Matt got a handle on the sleep situation with the now defunct Zeo Sleep Headband
19:18 As it turns out, two Bud Lights before bed doesn’t help you get good sleep
20:17 Matt’s wife is all in on recovery, even the headband, Normatec boots and the Marc Pro
21:38 Matt’s wife, Sarah Egnaczyk, was a hockey player awarded all-state honors in high school, led a championship team in college, played for the U.S. Junior National Team, and was an alternate for the 1997 U.S. National Team
21:48 Matt “retirement” has him on Sunday NFL Countdown and calling Thursday night college games
22:25 How does Matt manage his sleep/health in retirement?
23:03 Matt’s favorite exercise as a 40 year old is the Hex Bar Deadlift
23:24 Being intentional about having a plan
24:33 Pro Travel Tip: Compression Dress Socks
24:51 Pro Travel Tip #2: Walking meetings or study sessions
26:13 Andrew Luck and Matt take Kelly’s advice and get warm all day rather than sitting in a hotel room prior to games
27:11 In the NFL when you travel there are cops stationed on your floor at the hotel to keep fans out. But looking back it may be to keep the players in.
28:52 Feldenkrais paraphrase: “The measurement of your health is the ability to take a huge hit to the system and still remain unchanged”
29:55 It’s important to make deposits in the fitness bank so you can handle injuries
30:42 Looking back, Matt is so grateful that he incorporated all different warmups from different sports into his NFL practice day.
31:53 Matt and Andrew were doing Alex Morgan women's soccer warm ups that they saw on Instagram
32:37 What does Matt’s fitness routine looks like now. Short answer, when you are short on time: Peloton
32:54 As it turns out, exclusive Peloton-ing does not keep you fit for other activities like shoveling the driveway or shooting hoops
35:42 Matt has done a lot of research on brain health and has realized that it is very important to break a sweat everyday
37:49 Kelly loves to say, “Be consistent before you are heroic”
38:13 Matt considers himself the least athletic person in his family. Sarah requested a Versa Climber for her birthday this year.
38:30 Matt’s true motivation for training, is so that he can practice his kids’ sports with them and not tear his achilles or pull something
39:51 Juliet wants a machine called The Gauntlet
40:14 Jacob’s Ladder: The workout of Matt’s life that he will never get on again
40:44 Kelly’s love of mountain biking is making him super stiff. His solution: jump roping
41:40 The Russians say, “When you stop jumping, you start dying”
41:18 Matt had one of his hardest offseasons with Rick Celebrini, which included a bunch of jump rope warm ups and Matt was convinced he was gonna pop a calf
42:38 When Obama was in the White House he liked to play basketball and people would come and play with him. Translation: big increase in torn ACLs, ruptured quads, and torn achilles in the upper executive branch
43:50 QB Pro Tip: Shooting in water polo is an excellent drill for a QB and keeping that elbow up
45:00 During the NFL lockout, Matt did SealFit
45:43 Matt and Sarah get struck by lightning at Peter Laviolette’s wedding, it hurts.
48:16 Matt’s Socials

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Dec 19 2019

50mins

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Matt Hasselbeck: NFL QB and Broadcaster Shares His Journey

The Yogi Roth Show: How Great Is Ball
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Matt Hasselbeck has gone from playing backyard football with Peyton and Eli Manning to throwing for 212 touchdown passes in 17 NFL seasons to broadcasting primetime College and NFL Football. Now he opens up about every part of his journey and where it has taken him on the latest episode of the Yogi Roth Show. Listen to this whole episode to hear this man's stories, teammates that shaped him, mentors, his love for football, and what he's chasing in life.

Visit https://www.yogiroth.com/podcast/ or follow @YogiRoth for new episodes about college football and how sport and humanity are a huge element of high performers.

The Yogi Roth Show continues to partner with Kona Red coffee where they source some of the rarest, most sought after coffee in the world. Be sure to check out www.KonaRed.com, where you can learn about their premium coffee beans and cold-brewed coffee.

Nov 12 2019

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Matt Hasselbeck "On The Block" 10-10

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Matt Hasselbeck, ESPN NFL Analyst, joins the show to talk about the SU-NC State contest that he will be on the call for tonight and highlights tonight's QB battle.

Oct 11 2019

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PMS 2.0 115 - Richard Sherman And The Interview Heard 'Round The World & Incredible Story Time With Matt Hasselbeck

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On today's show, Pat throws to an interview from yesterday that was picked up by nearly every sports media outlet in existence. 4x Pro Bowler, 3x First Team All-Pro, Super Bowl Champion, and future Hall of Famer, Richard Sherman, joins the show to talk everything related to DapGate. He breaks down why he thinks he was disrespected by Baker Mayfield at the beginning of the Browns v. 49ers Monday Night Game, and everything surrounding the dap up. He also chats about the 49ers success so far this season, what it's like playing for Kyle Shanahan, and why he thinks things got blown out of proportion with the DapGate situation. Lastly, Sherman issues an apology to Baker Mayfield (1:51-18:41). Also joining Pat and the boys for the remainder of the show live from the box truck in Raleigh, NC, is Thursday cohost and friend of the program, Matt Hasselbeck. They chat about their "report card" thus far from ESPN for the Thursday Night Football games, Pat and Matt discuss how exhilarating it is to catch a foul ball at a baseball game as Pat recounts Foxy getting absolutely BODIED trying to get one while the boys were at the ALDS game between the Yankees and the Twins. Hasselbeck also gives his thoughts on some of the things happening in the NFL including Duck Hodges getting his first start, whether or not Dak stinks, if the 49ers are real or not, and delivers an interesting take on the referee situation in the NFL. And per usual, Matt tells a few incredible stories that you won't hear anywhere else (28:36-01:44:23). Today's a great one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

Oct 10 2019

1hr 49mins

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PMS 2.0 113 - Matt Hasselbeck, Joe Flacco, & Some Incredible Conversation

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On today’s show, Matt Hasselbeck joins Pat and the boys again from the box truck in Greenville, North Carolina. They chat about the Kirk Cousins/Stefon Diggs drama in Minnesota and why the blame should maybe he pointed at someone else along with Kirk Cousins, and whether Matt has ever been in a similar situation. They also cover whether or not Matt thinks Jared Goff is a good quarterback, and what he says to the people that criticize him. Super Bowl MVP and elite quarterback, Joe Flacco also stops by to check in with the show. Pat and Matt also shoot the breeze, and chat about some people who Pat wasn’t initially a fan of, but eventually came around on. And because it is Friday, Pat uses this opportunity to culture Matt in some ways with a couple of picks for Friday Bangerz to help send you into the weekend. Today’s a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

Oct 04 2019

1hr 11mins

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