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Hasselbeck's departure from the Seahawks was largely a surprise, given his status with the Seattle fan base. At the conclusion of the 2010 season Pete Carroll announced re-signing Hasselbeck was the Seahawks "number one offseason priority", with Hasselbeck emphasizing his desire to retire in Seattle. However, the two sides had trouble reaching an agreement as Hasselbeck reportedly turned down a one-year offer before the NFL lockout began, asking for two years. When Hasselbeck was rumored to be "Plan A" for the Tennessee Titans and rumors surfaced the Seahawks were pursuing Tarvaris Jackson instead of Hasselbeck, Seattle fans began a web and social media campaign at the end of the NFL lockout in 2011 to "Bring Back Matt", with a website www. bringbackmatt. com. Pete Carroll and GM John Schneider called Hasselbeck after the lockout to let them know they were "moving on. " Hasselbeck described the call as "worse than breaking up with an old girlfriend. " The Seahawks took out a full-page ad in The Seattle Times the following day to salute Hasselbeck and his family for their work.