Steve Hutchinson

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Steve Hutchinson

12 Seasons:
169 Games:
2000s NFL All-Decade Team
7 Pro Bowls
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(Michigan)...6'4'', 315...First-round pick (17th player overall) in 2001 NFL Draft … Named to NFL’s All-Rookie team … Paved way for NFL MVP Shaun Alexander’s 1,880 yards and NFL record 28 touchdowns, 2005 … Named All-Pro six times (twice with Seattle, four times with Minnesota) … Voted to seven consecutive pro bowls … Twice chosen as NFL alumni offensive lineman of the year (2006, 2009) … Named to NFL All-Decade Team of 2000s … Born November 1, 1977 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

BIO

Steve Hutchinson Minnesota Vikings & Seattle Seahawks & Tennessee Titans

Steve Hutchinson, a 6’4”, 315-pound guard out of Michigan, was drafted in the first round (17th player overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks. He started all 16 games at left guard during his rookie season and cleared the path for running back Shaun Alexander to rush for 1,318 yards and 14 touchdowns. Hutchinson’s efforts earned him All-Rookie honors.

After missing the final 12 games of the 2002 season with a broken leg, Hutchinson returned in 2003 and embarked on a streak of 123 consecutive starts. That season he also earned the first of six first-team All-Pro selections during his career, and helped lead the Seahawks to a playoff appearance.

Hutchinson continued to lead the way for Seattle’s high-powered offense that resulted in back-to-back NFC West Division titles in 2004 and 2005. He paved the way for Alexander to earn the Associated Press’ NFL MVP honors in 2005 after rushing for a team-record 1,880 yards and setting an NFL record with 28 touchdowns (27 rushing). The Seahawks total offense that season ranked second in the NFL and the team made its first-ever Super Bowl appearance.

The Minnesota Vikings signed the All-Pro guard as a transition-tag free agent in 2006. He made an immediate impact in his new surroundings and was named the NFL Alumni Offensive Linemen of the Year in his first season with the Vikings. In 2008, he led the way for Adrian Peterson to set a then-franchise record for rushing yards in a season (1,760) and become the first Vikings player to win a league rushing title. The next season, with Hutchinson again winning NFL Alumni Offensive Linemen of the Year honors, the Vikings claimed a second straight division title and advanced to the NFC championship game.    

In all, Hutchinson earned seven straight Pro Bowl berths (2004-2010) and was a first-team All-Pro selection six times (2003, 2005-2009). He was named All-NFC six times (2003-07, 2009) and is a member of the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 2000s.

STATS

Steve Hutchinson's Stats

Games Played:

2001  Seattle..................................... 16

2002  Seattle....................................... 4

2003  Seattle..................................... 16

2004  Seattle..................................... 16

2005  Seattle..................................... 16

2006  Minnesota................................. 16

2007  Minnesota................................. 16

2008  Minnesota................................. 16

2009  Minnesota................................. 16

2010  Minnesota................................. 11           

2011  Minnesota................................. 14

2012  Tennessee................................ 12

Career Total.................................... 169



CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

Steve Hutchinson's Championship Games

Championship Games

2005 NFC – Seattle Seahawks 34, Carolina Panthers 14

Hutchinson started at left guard.

 

2009 NFC – New Orleans Saints 31, Minnesota Vikings 28 (OT)

Hutchinson started at left guard.

 

Super Bowls

Super Bowl XL – Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Seattle Seahawks 10

Hutchinson started at left guard.



CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Steve Hutchinson's Career Highlights

All-League Teams        

All-Pro: 2003 (AP, PFWA, SN)  ·  2005 (AP, PFWA, SN)  ·  2006 (PFWA, SN)  ·  2007 (AP, PFWA, SN, US)  ·  2008 (AP, PFWA, SN)  ·  2009 (AP, SN) 

 All-Pro Second Team: 2004 (AP)  ·  2006 (AP) 

 All-NFC: 2003 (PW)  ·  2004 (PW)  ·  2005 (PW)  ·  2006 (PW)  ·  2007 (PW)  ·  2009 (PW) 

 

Pro Bowls

(7) – 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010

 

Awards and Honors

·       2006 NFL Alumni Offensive Lineman of the Year

·       2009 NFL Alumni Offensive Lineman of the Year

·       NFL All-Decade Team of 2000s

 

Year-by-Year Team Records

2001     Seattle Seahawks............... 9-7-0   (2nd)

2002     Seattle Seahawks............... 7-9-0   (3rd)

2003     Seattle Seahawks............. 10-6-0   (2nd)

2004     Seattle Seahawks............... 9-7-0   (1st)

2005     Seattle Seahawks............. 13-3-0   (1st)

2006     Minnesota Vikings............... 9-7-0   (2nd)

2007     Minnesota Vikings............. 6-10-0   (3rd)

2008     Minnesota Vikings............ 10-6-0   (1st)

2009     Minnesota Vikings............ 12-4-0   (1st)

2010     Minnesota Vikings............. 6-10-0   (4th)

2011     Minnesota Vikings............. 3-13-0   (4th)

2012     Tennessee Titans.............. 6-10-0   (3rd)

(Division Finish in Parentheses)

Qualified for Postseason in Bold

CAREER CAPSULE

Steve Hutchinson's Career Capsule

Full Name: Steven John Hutchinson

Birthdate: November 1, 1977

Birthplace: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

High School: Coral Springs (FL)

Pro Career: 12 seasons, 169 games

Drafted: 1st round (17th player overall) in 2001 by Seattle Seahawks



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