Matt Hasselbeck has had a pretty successful NFL career and a made a lot of money, so I would deem it all a success.

The current Indianapolis Colts backup quarterback told Alex Marvez of FOX Sports that he intends to retire after the 2014 season. Hasselbeck, now 38 years old, is living the good life backing up Andrew Luck after signing a two-year, $7.25 million deal.

Hasselbeck spent 14 seasons in the NFL, and is most known for his time with the Seattle Seahawks as the team's starting quarterback. Hasselbeck helped lead that Seattle to the Super Bowl back in 2006. He started out his career backing up Brett Favre in Green Bay with the Packers, and also played with the Tennessee Titans as a starter and backup in his two seasons.

Hasselbeck has thrown for nearly 35,000 passing yards, completed 60 percent of his passes, has 201 touchdowns and 147 interceptions and a 82.2 passer rating for his career.

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