38-Year-Old Offensive Guard – Free Agent
2016 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Steve Hutchinson in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2016 ADP: –
Steve Hutchinson Contract Information:
Signed a three-year deal with the Titans in March of 2012.
Hutchinson announced he will retire after 12 seasons, ESPN reports.
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Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)You'd be hard pressed to find a team not looking to upgrade its offensive line, but by adding a player of Hutchinson's pedigree, the Titans could be sending yet another recruitment signal in Peyton Manning's direction.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Steve Hutchinson.
The All Pro left guard is the key to Minnesota's rushing and passing attack.
Regarded as one of the best offensive guards in the NFL, Hutchinson continues to dominate at left guard. Adrian Peterson will continue to follow Hutchinson's excellent blocking as the Vikings prefer to run to the left. Look for Hutchinson to make his seventh consecutive Pro Bowl.
Hutchinson remains one of the top offensive lineman in the league. He will anchor Minnesota's ultra-strong left side of the line that should see Adrian Peterson and Chester Taylor running its way all season long.
Hutchinson will start at left guard, and anchors an offensive line that should provide Chester Taylor and Adrian Peterson with a lot of running room.
Minnesota signed Hutchinson away from Seattle with a seven-year, $49 million contract, which should make the left side of the line with guard Bryant McKinnie among the best in the league.
Hutchinson and tackle Walter Jones form one of the league's best left sides and, with finally a full camp together, figure to dominate defensive lines from Week 1. The Pro Bowler Hutchinson had offseason shoulder surgery, but is expected to return to full health.
Hutchinson was rewarded with a 2003 Pro Bowl selection for an outstanding year at left guard. More of the same is expected this season. He'll again team with tackle Walter Jones to give Seattle a dominating left side of the offensive line.
Hutchinson will start at left guard. He is completely healed from a broken right leg that sidelined him for much of last season. Mike Holmgren is high on him and says he could a Pro Bowler for years to come.