Back when the Seattle Seahawks had the best offensive line in the National Football League, guard Steve Hutchinson was a dominating force. Now a scout, he was in the press box for the Seahawks-Vikings preseason game on Thursday, and served as a reminder that the current Seahawks linemen still have a long way to go.
Back when the Seattle Seahawks had the best offensive line in the National Football League, guard Steve Hutchinson was a dominating force. Now a scout, he was in the press box for the Seahawks-Vikings preseason game on Thursday, and served as a reminder that the current Seahawks linemen still have a long way to go. Peter Haley Staff file, 2006
Back when the Seattle Seahawks had the best offensive line in the National Football League, guard Steve Hutchinson was a dominating force. Now a scout, he was in the press box for the Seahawks-Vikings preseason game on Thursday, and served as a reminder that the current Seahawks linemen still have a long way to go. Peter Haley Staff file, 2006

Dave Boling: The return of Steve Hutchinson is an elegy for an extinct species

August 20, 2016 02:36 PM

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