Updated 4:35 p.m. ET Tuesday
The Seahawks will have a new starting quarterback in 2011, as they will not re-sign Matt Hasselbeck according to Danny O'Nell of the Seattle Times.
Hasselbeck, an unrestricted free agent, reportedly is in the mix for a few teams, with the Titans being the most talked-about landing spot. Hasselbeck spent 10 seasons in Seattle, leading the Seahawks to the playoffs six times, including one Super Bowl berth.
The 49ers, Dolphins, Cardinals and Vikings are among teams, in addition to the Titans, that are rumored to be interested in Hasselbeck.
According to O'Neil and Dave Mahler, the Seahawks have come to terms with Tarvaris Jackson, who will compete to be Hasselbeck's replacement. ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted that the Seahawks also added two undrafted rookie QBs in Josh Portis and Zach Lee.