|Titans IR Steve Hutchinson, claim Mitch Petrus |
Dec 6, 2012
|Titans Claim Former Patriots' OL |
Dec 5, 2012
|Titans add Steve Hutchinson on three-year deal |
Mar 15, 2012
|Might Hutchinson help land Manning? |
Tennessee's pursuit of former Steve Hutchinson might be able to help them land Peyton Manning.
Mar 13, 2012
|Vikings cut Hutchinson, Herrera, Griffin |
Mar 10, 2012
|Vikings release Hutchinson, Herrera, Griffin |
The Vikings will save about $13 million against the salary cap by releasing three veterans.
Mar 10, 2012
|Frazier holds out hope to retain talent |
Frazier doesn't sound like he's completely ready to write off players like Griffin or Hutchinson.
Feb 24, 2012
|Hutchinson aware of salary concerns |
Steve Hutchinson is aware of the precarious position his contract puts him in with the Vikings.
Feb 20, 2012
|Hutch ‘doing fine,' Vikings mostly healthy |
Steve Hutchinson wants to continue his career after recovering from his latest concussion.
Jan 23, 2012
|Hutchinson to IR; Vikings signed RB Todman |
Dec 27, 2011
|Date of Birth:
|How Acquired: Signed as a transition-tag free agent by the Vikings away from the Seattle Seahawks in March 2006.
Injury History: Missed 12 games in 2002 after breaking his leg vs. the Vikings in a game Sept. 29. Missed the final five games of the 2011 season with a broken thumb.
2010: Started 11 games, but saw the end of his consecutive-games-played streak of 123 straight starts snapped when he suffered a broken thumb. His consecutive-games streak with the Vikings had reached 75 straight starts before the injury. He was inactive for two games before being placed on injured reserve Dec. 20
2009: Earned his seventh straight selection to the Pro Bowl and was named to the NFL’s All-Decade Team, joining Vikings DT Kevin Williams. Started every game and blocked for a 1,000-yard rusher for the ninth time in his nine-year career. Has started every game he played in. In Week 7, had his first penalty since the 2007 season. Was part of a 475-yard offensive output against Dallas that was the second-highest total in Vikings playoff history.
2008: Earned his sixth straight Pro Bowl honor and became an first-team Associated Press All-Pro for the fourth time (in addition to two second-team honors). Blocked for the league’s leading rusher in 2004, 2005 (Shaun Alexander) and 2008 (Adrian Peterson). Part of 54 100-yard rushing performances in his career, 23 with the Vikings. Has blocked for a 1,000-yard rusher in each of his eight NFL seasons.
2007: Continued his strong play with his third selection as a first-team Associated Press All-Pro and fifth straight Pro Bowl selection. Through 2007, has blocked for 44 career 100-yard rushers, including 11 games as a Viking. Was a part of the NFL’s No. 1 rushing offense and Adrian Peterson’s NFL-record 296-yard rushing performance. Has blocked for a 1,000-yard rusher in each of his seven NFL seasons.
2006: Became notorious around the NFL as the word “poison pill” came into the vocabulary of NFL fans, inking a seven-year, $49 million contract with Minnesota. He started all 16 games for the Vikings at left guard and was voted to start in his fourth straight Pro Bowl. He extended his career streak of never missing a game or a start to 89 – 84 regular-season games and five postseason games.
2005: Started all 16 games at left guard, earning his third straight start to the Pro Bowl.
2004: Started all 16 games at guard and was named to the Pro Bowl.
2003: Started all 16 games and became just the second Seattle offensive lineman (along with tackle Walter Jones) ever named to the Pro Bowl.
2002: Started four games before being placed on injured reserve with a broken leg suffered vs. the Vikings Sept. 29.
2001: Became only the third rookie in Seahawks history to start all 16 games at guard after being taken with the 17th overall selection of the 2001 draft.
College: Was a four-year starter at Michigan, making 46 starts in 47 career games. Was selected as a captain both his junior and senior seasons. Just the second player – defensive tackle Mark Messner from 1985-89 being the other – to be a four-time first-team All-Big Ten selection. Was a finalist for both the Lombardi and Outland Trophies as a senior. Came to Michigan as a defensive tackle, but switched to guard during as a redshirt freshman season.