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Matt Hasselbeck will be in booth for Pro Bowl, could he replace Jon Gruden on 'MNF'?

Matt Hasselbeck will join Sean McDonough in the booth for ESPN's Pro Bowl broadcast, a clear sign he's a favorite to replace Jon Gruden on "Monday Night Football."
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