He elaborated on that by saying that he envisioned a different path to the NFL, perhaps one that included an invite to the scouting combine, being drafted earlier than the sixth round or spending his entire rookie season on the practice squad.
Hasselbeck quickly added that he was grateful for the experiences that led him to this point in his career and the relationships he’s built along the way.
Hasselbeck said he’s been able to see God’s work when he reflects from his time as a backup in Green Bay, to when he became the starter in Seattle and when he joined Tennessee in 2011 after 10 seasons with the Seahawks.
These are excerpts from Hasselbeck's FCA testimony, found here: http://www.titansonline.com/community/article-1/Hasselbeck-Shares-Testimony-at-FCA-Banquet/2f4952f7-0012-43ee-bd5b-208bdc9536c7
Here is a video of Hasselbeck sharing his testimony: