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Former Seahawk Hutchinson Retires

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Titans left guard Steve Hutchinson has decided to retire after 12 NFL seasons, the last cut short by a knee injury that limited him to 12 games.

Hutchinson announced his decision Tuesday morning on Twitter and the Titans confirmed it.

Hutchinson wrote he was retiring after a "great run" in the NFL. He thanked the Seattle Seahawks, Minnesota Vikings and Titans along with fans of those teams.

A seven-time Pro Bowler and five-time All Pro, Hutchinson started all 169 games he played spending his first five seasons in Seattle, six in Minnesota and his final season in Tennessee.

The 35-year-old Hutchinson was placed on injured reserve Dec. 5 after hurting his right knee in a 24-10 loss to Houston. He signed a three-year deal with Tennessee in March 2012.

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