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Hutchinson could be salary cap casualty

At 35 years old, left guard Steve Hutchinson is nearing the end of his career. He's due to make $6.95 million next season. But that's only if the Vikings bring him back. Hutchinson says he's aware of the team's salary cap situation, and that it's a possibility he's asked to redo his contract. It's also possible he could be cut outright to save the Vikings money.
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At 35 years old, left guard Steve Hutchinson is nearing the end of his career. He's due to make $6.95 million next season. But that's only if the Vikings bring him back. Hutchinson says he's aware of the team's salary cap situation, and that it's a possibility he's asked to redo his contract. It's also possible he could be cut outright to save the Vikings money.

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