Tim Hasselbeck is a former American football quarterback. He on was born 6th of April, 1978 in Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States of America as Timothy Thomas Hasselbeck. He played in the NFL for seven seasons with Washington Redskins, New York Giants, Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles. Currently, he serves as a sports analyst for ESPN. Hasselbeck went to Boston College and played college football for the Eagles football team from 1996 to 2000. He was redshirted his first season and only took four snaps at quarterback as a redshirt freshman in 1997. Hasselbeck was initially signed by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent in 2001 and he was signed to the Philadelphia Eagles practice squad in 2002 as a free agent. In 2003 the Washington Redskins signed him as a backup quarterback and finally entered the starting lineup when then-starter Patrick Ramsey was injured. In May 2005, the New York Giants signed him as their backup for quarterback Eli Manning and was signed by the Arizona Cardinals on October 16, 2007. He was also previously on the rosters of the Baltimore Ravens and Carolina Panthers without participating in a game.
Tim is a married man. His wife is Elisabeth Filarski who is a TV personality and serves as the co-host of the Fox’s talk show Fox and Friends. They married on July 6, 2002. Almost two years later, the couple welcomed their first child, a daughter, Grace Elisabeth in April 2005. They have two more kids, both sons, Taylor Thomas born in 2007 and the youngest one Isaiah Timothy born in August 2009. Even after being married for almost 12 years, the couple has been successful in keeping their relationship well. There were no rumors about either of them having an affair. There has been no rumors about divorce too so it can be concluded that he is living a happy and satisfied life with his wife and three kids.