Hasselbeck now the Seahawks’ all-time passing leader

Another veteran reached a career milestone in Week 16.

Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck entered Sunday’s game in Green Bay with 26,050 passing yards in his Seattle career and now has passed Dave Krieg (26,132 yards from 1980-91) as the franchise’s all-time leading passer.

For today, at least, the record might not mean much to Hasselbeck — the Seahawks are on the wrong end of a 48-3 blowout at Lambeau Field, and Hasselbeck is 17-of-31 passing for 175 yards and four interceptions midway through the fourth quarter.

Hasselbeck, who  entered the league as a sixth-round draft pick of the Packers in 1998, already holds the Seattle franchise career records in passer rating and completion percentage.

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