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    On guard: Talents like Hutchinson, Faneca redefining the position

    http://www.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/2006-08-30-guards-cover_x.htm

    By Jim Corbett, USA TODAY
    MANKATO, Minn. — Steve Hutchinson might as well have been a 6-5, 313-pound ghost.

    Seattle Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren walked right past his former left guard as if the Minnesota Vikings' freshly minted, $49 million man didn't exist.

    The chilly reception occurred at a mutual friend's wedding this spring...
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    Re: On guard: Talents like Hutchinson, Faneca redefining the position

    Good article!
    Holmsey is gonna miss Hutch even more after we kick their A$$ES!!!
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    Re: On guard: Talents like Hutchinson, Faneca redefining the position

    The Walrus is pissed at Hutch because he was too stupid to ink him in the first place.
    That makes sense, be angry with someone else because you're an idiot.
    Good job Walrus, go back to Seachicken country where you belong.

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    Re: On guard: Talents like Hutchinson, Faneca redefining the position

    "By the end of the evening, we sat down and talked," Holmgren said. "I wish him the best. It's just too bad he's not with us. I miss him."
    he'll miss him even more when udeze is blowing around their left side too occupied by big pat williams, and their defense is held at a dead standstill vs our offensive line when we play them
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    Re: On guard: Talents like Hutchinson, Faneca redefining the position

    He acts more like a little child that had his candy taken away, than an NFL coach.

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    Re: On guard: Talents like Hutchinson, Faneca redefining the position

    "Vikes_King" wrote:
    "By the end of the evening, we sat down and talked," Holmgren said. "I wish him the best. It's just too bad he's not with us. I miss him."
    he'll miss him even more when udeze is blowing around their left side too occupied by big pat williams, and their defense is held at a dead standstill vs our offensive line when we play them
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    Re: On guard: Talents like Hutchinson, Faneca redefining the position

    I saw some replay's of hte last few games.. i watched specificly the left side of the line.. whatch the ball get snapped and the D come foward.. S.h's guy gets stood str8 up and and has a look in his eye.. "WTF was that!!"
    his arms are swinging in some move but it doesn't matter.. one POP and he's raggedy andy..

    the closer the season comes.. the more and more i see the purple bringing back the physical black and blue into a div that has been lacking in it's bully attitude.

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    Re: On guard: Talents like Hutchinson, Faneca redefining the position

    I can't friggin' wait to be at Hutch's homecoming in Seattle. Think they'll miss him when Tony Richardson saunters into the endzone?

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    Re: On guard: Talents like Hutchinson, Faneca redefining the position

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    I can't friggin' wait to be at Hutch's homecoming in Seattle. Think they'll miss him when Tony Richardson saunters into the endzone?
    You mean when Chester follows him into the endzone?

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