Cardinals Sign Hasselbeck

The Cardinals signed Tim Hasselbeck Tuesday with the hopes he can help their quarterback woes.  The team started the season with Matt Leinart and Kurt Warner as signal-callers, but lost Leinart to a broken collarbone a few weeks ago.  Last week, the team signed Tim Rattay to back up Warner, but the latter injured his non-throwing elbow in Sunday’s loss to the Panthers.  Rattay came in and completed only 50-percent of his passes and was picked off three times.  Hasselbeck’s only passing stats came in 2003, when he was 95-of-117 for Washington.  That season, the brother of Seattle’s Matt Hasselbeck threw for just over a thousand yards and five scores while being picked off seven times.  To make room for Hasselbeck on the roster, the team released defensive end Quentin Moses.


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