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SEATTLE (AP) — For reasons even he can’t fully explain, Matt Hasselbeck seems to hold sharper memories of the tougher times during his long tenure in Seattle than the moments when the Seahawks experienced success. The blazing hot training camps in Eastern Washington. The time he was benched. Some of the painful losses. The tougher moments seem to be the ones that have resonated. But that also makes Hasselbeck appreciate the successes he had during his 10 years as the quarterback of the Seahawks