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NFL Free Agency Quick Hits: Latest On Matt Hasselbeck, Donovan McNabb

It’s day two of the NFL Free Agent circus and we don’t want to keep you waiting, so here’s the latest round of Quick Hits:

*Adam Schefter is now reporting that Matt Hasselbeck is finally switching teams after a long storied career with the Seattle Seahawks. It appears the rumors are finally coming true that he will sign with the Titans to help replace Vince Young, who was let go, and Kerry Collins, who has retired. Linking Hasselbeck and first round choice Jake Locker officially resets the Titans franchise at the most important position.

For the Seahawks, it’s a wonder that they’d let Hasselbeck go given his success last season through the playoffs. Remember, it wasn’t that far of a stretch for the Seahawks to make the Super Bowl. However, with his injury history, it’s interesting that the Titans gave Hasselbeck three years. Still a good move for the Titans.

*Donovan McNabb is apparently headed to the Vikings after all with multiple sources confirming the rumor that there is some form of low round draft compensation for the Redskins quarterback. Most personnel expect the Redskins to receive a sixth round choice in return. It’s been a long fall for a guy who was recently one of the NFL’s dynamic starting quarterbacks.