The Titans have agreed to a multi-year contract with QB Matt Hasselbeck, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
It is expected that Hasselbeck will be a starter from Day One in Tennessee, following the retirement of Kerry Collins and the expected release of Vince Young. First-round pick Jake Locker will be the backup.
Hasselbeck played the last 10 seasons for the Seahawks, leading them to the playoffs six times, including last year's surprise run to the NFC Divisional round. He is a three-time Pro Bowler, though injuries have been an issue lately, with him playing in all 16 regular-season games just once in the past five seasons.
Locker, the former University of Washington star, has worked out with Hasselbeck previously when both played in Seattle. It is expected the newly-signed quarterback will act as a mentor for the rookie in addition to handling the starting duties.