Tim and Matt Hasselbeck are brothers. Their parents are Don and Betsy Hasselbeck, and they have another brother named Nathaneal. Tim and Matt both became professional football players.Continue Reading
Tim Hasselbeck played for the Buffalo Bills, Washington Redskins, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals, among a few others. In 2000, Tim Hasselbeck won the Scanlan Award. In 2014, Tim became a sports analyst for ESPN.
In 2013, Matt Hasselbeck signed a contract with the Indianapolis Colts to be a quarterback. Matt Hasselbeck previously played for the Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans. Matt won the Scanlan Award in 1997 and was the NFC passing touchdowns leader in 2005.Learn more about Athletes
Muhammad Ali has one older brother, Rahaman "Rudy" Ali. Rahaman Ali is two years older than his famous sibling and was also a professional boxer.Full Answer >
No, Robbie Keane and Roy Keane are not brothers, despite the fact that they share a last name and are both footballers from the Republic of Ireland. According to the Daily Mail, it is often incorrectly assumed that they are related.Full Answer >
Despite sharing a last name, Bob Sapp and Warren Sapp are not brothers. A former defensive end, Warren Sapp played in the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons and was named to seven Pro Bowl teams. Bob Sapp is a former professional wrestler, mixed martial artist and kickboxer.Full Answer >
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, born May 28, 1977, in Cranston, Rhode Island, first appeared on television on the reality TV show "Survivor" in 2001. Before competing on "Survivor" she graduated from Boston College in 1999 and then designed shoes for Puma.Full Answer >