Titans OLG Steve Hutchinson has decided to retire after 12 NFL seasons, the last cut short by a knee injury that limited him to 12 games.
Titans OG Steve Hutchinson is going to have arthroscopic surgery on his knee on Thursday and was placed on injured reserve.
Although he's on the downside of his career, OLG Steve Hutchinson already has made a positive impact on the Titans' offensive line this offseason.
As they wait for Peyton Manning, the Titans have signed OG Steve Hutchinson to a three-year contract.
The Vikings announced the release of OGs Steve Hutchinson and Anthony Herrera and CB Cedric Griffin on Saturday.
The list of potential future ex-Vikings this offseason is long and distinguished.
Here are the three positions that the Vikings need to focus on most when rebuilding their team this offseason.
The Vikings' veterans all but have admitted the team is toast for this season, which will lead to major roster changes in 2012.
Here's a key matchup to consider in Sunday's game against the Lions.
This is the fifth in a series of position-by-position looks at the Vikings' personnel entering the 2011 offseason. The series continues with an analysis of Minnesota's OL situation.
The Vikings made multiple quarterback moves on Monday in preparation for their game tonight vs. the Bears.
The Vikings were without three key offensive players at Thursday's practice.
Nolan Nawrocki analyzes Vikings OLG Steve Hutchinson from a scout's perspective, detailing his positives and negatives.
Vikings OG Steve Hutchinson said he suffered a broken thumb in Sunday's win over the Redskins but that he expects to play Sunday against the Bills.
Here is a collection of quotes distributed by the Vikings' P.R. staff following the dismissal of head coach Brad Childress and the hiring of interim head coach Leslie Frazier.
At 3-6 now, the signs point to the Vikings' circus ending unhappily ever after, and it might happen without their current ringleader after a certain point very soon.
Here's a key matchup to follow in Sunday's Vikings-Patriots game in New England.
Less than 24 hours after returning to Minnesota from his home in Hattiesburg, Miss., Brett Favre is practicing with his Vikings teammates and will hold a press conference Wednesday afternoon.
The only way the Dolphins can justify their trade for WR Brandon Marshall was their desperate need for playmakers, says one NFL insider in "Audibles."
The Vikings were a running team before Brett Favre arrived. And though his passing success, in theory, should have bolstered the run game, the opposite has happened.