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According to the Associated Press, guard Steve Hutchinson is well aware that the Vikings are headed towards a youth movement that might end his time in Minnesota. “I know what the cap situation is and all that, but it’s out of my control,” said the 35 year-old Hutchinson. Hutchinson indicated that he wouldn’t be surprised if the Vikings ask him to redo his contract or even release him before the new league year begins on March 13th. “Any player has to worry about that in the NFL,” said Hutchinson.
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