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(Former Quaterback, Sports Analyst)

Tim Hasselbeck is a former football quarterback and sports analyst. Tim Hasselbeck is married to Elisabeth Hasselbeck

Relationship Facts of Tim Hasselbeck

Tim Hasselbeck is married to Elisabeth Hasselbeck {Compare Couple}.
Tim Hasselbeck married on July 06, 2002.
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She is mother of Three (Isaiah Timothy Hasselbeck, Taylor Thomas Hasselbeck, Grace Elisabeth Hasselbeck).
Tim Hasselbeck is not having an affair with anyone presently.
Her sexual orientation is straight.

What is the relationship of Tim Hasselbeck?

Tim Hasselbeck is married to Elisabeth Hasselbeck. His wife is a TV personality renowned for the series, Survivor. 

The couple happens to college lovebirds who ended up marrying each other. The wedding took place on the 6th of July 2002.

Together, the couple has three children including two sons; Isaiah (born: 2009), Taylor (born: 2007), and a daughter, Grace (born: 2005).

Who is Tim Hasselbeck?

Tim Hasselbeck is a former football quarterback and sports analyst. He is renowned for his offensive playing style as a quarterback.

Currently, he is associated with ESPN as a sports analyst.

Tim Hasselbeck: Age, Parents, Ethnicity

Tim Hasselbeck was born on the 6th of April 1978 in Norfolk, Massachusetts to Don and Mary Beth Hasselbeck. As of 2021, he is 43 years old. His birth name is Timothy Thomas “Tim” Hasselbeck. He is of British-Irish ethnicity.

His father, Don Hasselbeck is also a former football player. Last, he played for New York Giants in 1985.

He is the second among his two siblings; Matt Hasselbeck and Nathanael Hasselbeck. His elder brother, Matt is an NFL quarterback whereas his younger brother, Nathanael plays as a defensive back.


Talking about his educational journey, he completed his High School education at the Xaverian Brothers High School in Westwood, Massachusetts. Since his High School days, he used to play Football.

He completed his senior year of High School with 1970 yards and 21 touchdowns. The year, he was also named as the player of the year.

After that, in 1969,  he joined Boston College. Also, he started playing on the college’s Football team in Boston like his elder brother, Matt. At the time, Matt was a starting quarterback for the team.

In his freshman year, he played in a special team unit at ended the season with two tackles. The following season, he completed nine out of 12 passes for 140 yards and two touchdowns.

In his junior year, he became the starting quarterback of the team. He completed the season with 145 of 260 passes for 1,940 yards. Also, he had 11 touchdowns. On the 26th of November 1999, he created the record for the longest touchdown pass in college history at a game against Virginia Tech.

In his senior year, he became the captain of the team. Also, he completed the season with 133 of 250 passes for 2,019 yards and 18 touchdowns.

The year, he went through abdominal/groin surgery too. Hence, he missed the 2000 Spring Practice Session.

Tim Hasselbeck: Professional life,  Career

In 2000, Tim Hasselbeck started his career with Buffalo Bills as an Undrafted Free Agent. The following year, he played for Buffalo Bills and Baltimore Ravens.

In 2002, he was traded to Philadelphia Eagles as a free agent. The team, he played on a practice squad. In 2003, he signed with the Washington Redskins.

For Redskins, he played two seasons as a backup quarterback. Later, he became the starting lineup for the team.

In 2005, he signed with New York Giants and played as a backup quarterback for the team. On the 16th of October 2007, he signed with Arizona Cardinals. However, in September 2007, he made his TV debut as a sports analyst.

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Caption: Tim Hasselbeck and his wife (Source: Daily Mail)

He debuted as an announcer for Arizona Cardinals-Baltimore Ravens game for NFL on Fox TV. In 2010, he appeared on the show, Mike & Mike as a co-host and ESPN NFL Analyst.

Apart from that, as an ESPN analyst, he made his appearance in the shows like Golic and Wingo, Get Up, and Sportscenter. Last, in 2020, he appeared in the TV series, NFL Live.

Tim Hasselbeck: Net Worth, Salary

As of 2020, he has an estimated net worth of $16 million. His earnings as a sports analyst for ESPN are in the range of $19k to $225k.

Talking about the net worth, he is not only the millionaire in the family. His wife, Elisabeth has an estimated net worth of $20 million.

The couple has a house located in Belle Meade, Nashville worth $2 million. They brought the house back in July 2016.

Tim Hasselbeck: Controversy & Rumors

To date, he has managed to maintain his divinity as a sports analyst. To date, he has not been through any sort of controversy and scandals that created headlines in the media.

Also, he has stayed far from any kind of rumors too.

Body Measurements: Height & Weight

Tim Hasselbeck is blue-eyed and has light brown hair. He stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch and weighs around 97 kg.

Talking about his appearance, he has a sharp look with a long facial structure. Also, he prefers to be clean-shaved.

Social Media

Tim has over 54.2k followers on Twitter and over 1.8k followers on Instagram. He is not active on Facebook.

On Twitter, he is following the personalities like Hannah Storm, Will Healy, and Mark Richt.


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