Titans could consider Hutchinson
With the Minnesota Vikings' release of Steve Hutchinson, could the perennial Pro Bowl guard go back and ask some old familiar faces about an opportunity?
Hutchinson left Seattle in 2006 and signed a $49 million deal with the Vikings, a contract known for the infamous "poison pill" clause that kept the Seahawks from matching the offer sheet Hutchinson received as Seattle's transition player.
Now part of that Seattle regime - GM Ruston Webster, COO Mike Reinfeldt and player personnel director Lake Dawson - is in Tennessee and needing a guard to help revitalize an offensive line that lost its way running the football last year.
It is not out of the question that the Titans will pursue the 34-year-old Hutchinson to fill a in in a need area, says TitanInsider.com.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com