Matt Hasselbeck's NFL career is slowly winding to a close.
Hasselbeck told FOX Sports that he plans to retire following the 2014 season. Hasselbeck, 38, hopes to return next year in Indianapolis as the backup to starting quarterback Andrew Luck.
"I'd like to do one more year than call it a career," Hasselbeck said in a telephone interview. "I'm hoping for a good year this year and next.
"That's why I'm excited to be here rather than some other place. I feel good about our chances and the team we have. And I believe in Andrew (Luck)."
Hasselbeck joined the Colts this offseason after spending the previous two years with Tennessee.
He signed a two-year, $7.25 million contract that included a $3 million signing bonus. Hasselbeck is slated to earn $1.75 million in 2014 along with a $500,000 roster bonus.
Hasselbeck was Seattle's starting quarterback from 2001 to 2010. He was voted to the Pro Bowl on three occasions, including in 2005 when he led the Seahawks to their first Super Bo...