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A Visit with Steve Hutchinson
A Visit with Steve Hutchinson
Published: 2014/01/08
Channel: Seattle Seahawks Legends
Seahawks Steve Hutchinson
Seahawks Steve Hutchinson
Published: 2015/05/26
Channel: sharkspoonmedia
The Next Steve Hutchinson - Kody Woods National Underclassmen Combines Ultimate 100
The Next Steve Hutchinson - Kody Woods National Underclassmen Combines Ultimate 100
Published: 2009/09/25
Channel: NUC Sports
2010 NFL PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARDS AS NARRATED BY BILL VOGEL  Steve Hutchinson - 76
2010 NFL PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARDS AS NARRATED BY BILL VOGEL Steve Hutchinson - 76
Published: 2010/02/01
Channel: Bill vogel
Former NFL Guard Steve Hutchinson Calls The RES to Talk Jim Harbaugh - 12/18/14
Former NFL Guard Steve Hutchinson Calls The RES to Talk Jim Harbaugh - 12/18/14
Published: 2014/12/18
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
Former NFL Guard Steve Hutchinson on Recruiting Brett Favre - 4/23/15
Former NFL Guard Steve Hutchinson on Recruiting Brett Favre - 4/23/15
Published: 2015/04/24
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
Steve Hutchinson Calls in to The Rich Eisen Show
Steve Hutchinson Calls in to The Rich Eisen Show
Published: 2014/10/13
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
Former Seahawks Offensive Lineman Steve Hutchinson Among Semifinalists For Pro Football
Former Seahawks Offensive Lineman Steve Hutchinson Among Semifinalists For Pro Football
Published: 2017/11/22
Channel: Saeed iqbal
Hutchinson vs Goddard 10-12-07
Hutchinson vs Goddard 10-12-07
Published: 2007/10/13
Channel: Treyvs
Hutchinson Tiger Football Highlights 2012
Hutchinson Tiger Football Highlights 2012
Published: 2012/12/20
Channel: HCVNonline
7-Time NFL Pro Bowler Steve Hutchinson Recalls His NFL Draft Experience - 4/23/15
7-Time NFL Pro Bowler Steve Hutchinson Recalls His NFL Draft Experience - 4/23/15
Published: 2015/04/24
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
NFL Pro Bowl 2009 - NFC Huddle
NFL Pro Bowl 2009 - NFC Huddle
Published: 2009/02/09
Channel: 56squide
Moss, Hutchinson Named Hall Of Fame Semifinalists
Moss, Hutchinson Named Hall Of Fame Semifinalists
Published: 2017/11/23
Channel: NEWS RUGBY ESPORT
2000 Orange Bowl Postgame
2000 Orange Bowl Postgame
Published: 2015/02/04
Channel: Dr. Sap
1992: Michigan 61 Houston 7
1992: Michigan 61 Houston 7
Published: 2008/08/28
Channel: WolverineHistorian
CSA PrepStar Athlete Stephen Hutchinson Weeks 1-7
CSA PrepStar Athlete Stephen Hutchinson Weeks 1-7
Published: 2011/11/16
Channel: CSA PrepStar
Steve Hutchinson: Football Offensive Guard
Steve Hutchinson: Football Offensive Guard
Published: 2017/10/25
Channel: WhoWhat
Leslie Miller for Q13 Fox Seattle Seahawks Stadium Recycling Commercial with Steve Hutchinson (2002)
Leslie Miller for Q13 Fox Seattle Seahawks Stadium Recycling Commercial with Steve Hutchinson (2002)
Published: 2016/12/20
Channel: member berries
Nike Football. Leave Nothing.
Nike Football. Leave Nothing.
Published: 2007/09/19
Channel: nikeaa
OBM - Football Player - Steve Hutchinson
OBM - Football Player - Steve Hutchinson
Published: 2016/10/24
Channel: Our Best Moments
NFL Vlog - Offensive Guards
NFL Vlog - Offensive Guards
Published: 2007/07/04
Channel: Brendon Nelson
Seahawks Drafts through the years
Seahawks Drafts through the years
Published: 2010/04/27
Channel: GulpyGulperson
Hutchinson vs Totino-Grace, Prep Bowl - Football (11/22/2003)
Hutchinson vs Totino-Grace, Prep Bowl - Football (11/22/2003)
Published: 2013/10/03
Channel: Minnesota Amateur Football
Griese-Hutchinson-Woodson golf outing
Griese-Hutchinson-Woodson golf outing
Published: 2010/05/16
Channel: Dave Birkett
1999: Michigan 31 Penn State 27 (PART 1)
1999: Michigan 31 Penn State 27 (PART 1)
Published: 2009/10/20
Channel: WolverineHistorian
Steve Hutchinson Calls The RES To Talk Jim Harbaugh - 12/30/14
Steve Hutchinson Calls The RES To Talk Jim Harbaugh - 12/30/14
Published: 2014/12/30
Channel: The Rich Eisen Show
1999: Michigan 21 Wisconsin 16
1999: Michigan 21 Wisconsin 16
Published: 2012/01/29
Channel: WolverineHistorian
2018 Selection Tour | Aidan Hutchinson | Presented by American Family Insurance
2018 Selection Tour | Aidan Hutchinson | Presented by American Family Insurance
Published: 2017/10/02
Channel: All-American Bowl
2000: Michigan 13 Wisconsin 10 (PART 2)
2000: Michigan 13 Wisconsin 10 (PART 2)
Published: 2010/12/26
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1998: Michigan 29 MSU 17 (2/2)
1998: Michigan 29 MSU 17 (2/2)
Published: 2010/05/15
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1997: Michigan 27 Colorado 3
1997: Michigan 27 Colorado 3
Published: 2009/02/10
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1998: Michigan 48 Hawaii 17
1998: Michigan 48 Hawaii 17
Published: 2012/04/21
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1998 Rose Bowl: Michigan 21 WSU 16 (PART 3)
1998 Rose Bowl: Michigan 21 WSU 16 (PART 3)
Published: 2009/08/20
Channel: WolverineHistorian
2000: Michigan 13 Wisconsin 10 (PART 1)
2000: Michigan 13 Wisconsin 10 (PART 1)
Published: 2010/12/26
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1997: Michigan 23 Michigan State 7 (PART 1)
1997: Michigan 23 Michigan State 7 (PART 1)
Published: 2010/04/15
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1999: Michigan 24 Ohio State 17 (PART 3)
1999: Michigan 24 Ohio State 17 (PART 3)
Published: 2010/11/20
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1999: Michigan 31 Penn State 27 (PART 2)
1999: Michigan 31 Penn State 27 (PART 2)
Published: 2009/10/20
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1997: Michigan 24 Minnesota 3
1997: Michigan 24 Minnesota 3
Published: 2011/02/11
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1999: Michigan 24 Ohio State 17 (PART 1)
1999: Michigan 24 Ohio State 17 (PART 1)
Published: 2010/11/20
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1992: Michigan 35 Oklahoma State 3
1992: Michigan 35 Oklahoma State 3
Published: 2013/07/31
Channel: WolverineHistorian
Hutchinson shines at TE, open to offense at Michigan
Hutchinson shines at TE, open to offense at Michigan
Published: 2017/09/21
Channel: The Michigan Insider
2000 Orange Bowl: Michigan 35 Alabama 34 (PART 1)
2000 Orange Bowl: Michigan 35 Alabama 34 (PART 1)
Published: 2009/09/30
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1991 Gator Bowl: Michigan 35 Ole Miss 3 (PART 1)
1991 Gator Bowl: Michigan 35 Ole Miss 3 (PART 1)
Published: 2010/12/10
Channel: WolverineHistorian
Pete Carroll
Pete Carroll's all-time team
Published: 2017/07/20
Channel: choo choo highlights
Northwest coach Steve Martin discusses the Grizzlies
Northwest coach Steve Martin discusses the Grizzlies' 28-21 victory over Hutchinson
Published: 2015/10/31
Channel: The Wichita Eagle
Hutchinson CC, KS vs Kemper CC, MO 1993
Hutchinson CC, KS vs Kemper CC, MO 1993
Published: 2016/12/08
Channel: Steve Haag
1991: Michigan 24 Notre Dame 14 (PART 2)
1991: Michigan 24 Notre Dame 14 (PART 2)
Published: 2010/05/08
Channel: WolverineHistorian
1999: Michigan 37 Northwestern 3
1999: Michigan 37 Northwestern 3
Published: 2010/02/26
Channel: WolverineHistorian
Hutchinson CC, KS vs Fort Scott CC. KS -  1st Quarter 1993
Hutchinson CC, KS vs Fort Scott CC. KS - 1st Quarter 1993
Published: 2016/12/08
Channel: Steve Haag
Theo Day hits Aidan Hutchinson for Dearborn Divine Child touchdown against East Lansing
Theo Day hits Aidan Hutchinson for Dearborn Divine Child touchdown against East Lansing
Published: 2017/09/01
Channel: Luke Srodulski
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Steve Hutchinson
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Hutchinson with the Minnesota Vikings
No. 73, 76
Position: Offensive guard
Personal information
Born: (1977-11-01) November 1, 1977 (age 40)
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Weight: 313 lb (142 kg)
Career information
High school: Coral Springs (FL)
College: Michigan
NFL Draft: 2001 / Round: 1 / Pick: 17
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Games played: 169
Games started: 169
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR

Steven J. Hutchinson (born November 1, 1977) is a former American football guard who played twelve seasons in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the University of Michigan, and was named a unanimous All-American. The Seattle Seahawks picked him in the first round of the 2001 NFL Draft, and he also played for the Minnesota Vikings and Tennessee Titans. He is a seven-time Pro Bowl selection.

Early years[edit]

Hutchinson was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He attended Coral Springs High School in Coral Springs, Florida, and played high school football for the Coral Springs Colts. He graduated in 1996. In 2007, he was named to FHSAA's All-Century Team that listed the Top 33 football players in the state of Florida's 100-year history of high school football.

College career[edit]

While attending the University of Michigan, Hutchinson played for coach Lloyd Carr's Michigan Wolverines football team from 1996 to 2000. During his redshirt year in 1996, he moved from defensive tackle to offensive guard, and earned a starting position on the 1997 Michigan team that won the Associated Press national championship. Hutchinson excelled as a four-year starter, and did not allow a sack during his final two seasons as a Wolverine. He was a two-year team captain, four-year All-Big Ten selection, Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year, and a two-time All-American—including unanimous first-team All-American honors as a senior in 2000.[1] He also won the Jim Parker Award from the Touchdown Club of Columbus, and was an Outland Trophy finalist.

Professional career[edit]

Seattle Seahawks[edit]

Drafted in the first round of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks, Hutchinson spent his first five seasons with that team. In March 2006, Hutchinson, a free agent, was designated as Seattle's transition player.

While with the Seahawks, Hutchinson made it to 3 Pro Bowls and earned 3 All-Pro honors. He was also a key lineman who blocked for Shaun Alexander in his 2005 MVP season on the way to the Seahawks appearance in Super Bowl XL, where they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers 10-21. This would be his final game as a member of the Seattle Seahawks.

Minnesota Vikings[edit]

Hutchinson blocking B. J. Raji on November 14, 2011.

Following the opening of free agency, Hutchinson signed a controversial offer sheet from the Vikings, $49 million over seven years, which was believed to be the richest contract ever offered a guard at the time. The offer sheet, though, contained a poison pill provision that would have guaranteed his entire salary if he was not the highest-paid lineman on the team.

NFL rules required that when a team uses its transition tag on a player, they must either exactly match a competing offer sheet or relinquish their rights to that player. While the tag was not triggered during his time with the Vikings, as he was released by the Vikings in March 2012, the Seahawks had recently given tackle Walter Jones a contract richer than the one offered to Hutchinson. Thus, the team would have triggered the "poison pill" clause immediately and would have been forced, by NFL rules, to immediately guarantee Hutchinson's entire salary. Since doing so would have destroyed their salary cap, they could not match the offer. Moreover, since they only used their transition tag, rather than naming Hutchinson a franchise player, they received no compensation from Minnesota for their loss. Seattle retaliated, though, by signing Minnesota wide receiver Nate Burleson to an offer sheet containing a similar ploy. Because of this controversy, the NFL banned the use of "poison pills".[2] Hutchinson played 59 straight games while with the Vikings, not missing one start.

On December 21, 2010, Hutchinson was put on injured reserve by the Vikings. Hutchinson also ended the 2011 NFL Season on injured reserve.[3] During the first 11-years of his NFL career, Hutchinson had started in all 157 games that he had played in. However, the Minnesota Vikings announced that they had released Hutchinson on March 10, 2012.[4] On March 14, 2012, Hutchinson met with the Seattle Seahawks to work out a possible deal with his former team.

Tennessee Titans[edit]

On March 15, 2012, Hutchinson signed a three-year deal with the Tennessee Titans.[5]

Retirement[edit]

On March 11, 2013, Hutchinson announced his retirement.[6] He will be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the first time in 2018. [7]

Personal[edit]

Hutchinson married his high school sweetheart Landyn. The couple have a daughter, Lily, and a son, Luke. He keeps a vacation home in Key Largo, Florida. He is an avid hunter and fisherman. Hutchinson finds himself at home on many of Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes. His family became close with Vikings legend John Randle's family in Seattle and remain good friends.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2011 NCAA Football Records Book, Award Winners, National Collegiate Athletic Association, Indianapolis, Indiana, p. 11 (2011). Retrieved June 24, 2012.
  2. ^ Chris Cluff (February 21, 2012). "NFL Free Agency: Seattle Seahawks Should Not Use Franchise Tag on Marshawn Lynch". Bleacher Report. Retrieved March 10, 2012. 
  3. ^ Kevin Seifer (February 21, 2012). "BBAO: Steve Hutchinson's future". ESPN. Retrieved March 10, 2012. 
  4. ^ Josh Katzowitz (March 10, 2012). "Vikings cut Steve Hutchinson along with Herrera, Griffin". CBSSports.com. Retrieved March 10, 2012. 
  5. ^ Source: Steve Hutchinson to Titans
  6. ^ "Steve Hutchinson to retire". ESPN. Retrieved 2013-03-13. 
  7. ^ [url=https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/828066158695825408]
  8. ^ Vikings Bio

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