Tennessee Titans guard Steve Hutchinson confirmed Tuesday that he will retire after 12 seasons in the NFL. Tennessee Titans guard Steve Hutchinson is set to retire after 12 seasons, according to multiple reports. Titans offensive guard Steve Hutchinson intends to retire on Tuesday, Fox’s Jay Glazer reported Monday night. Likely filling Hutchinson’s role in Tennessee will be free-agent prize Andy Levitre, who owes at least part of his six-year, $46.8 million contract to Hutchinson. Hutchinson’s last run of greatness was in Minnesota, where he got his own fat free-agent contract in 2006. Because Hutchinson was only given the transition tag and not the franchise tag by Seattle that offseason, the Seahawks had a right to match the offer, but the Vikings weren’t forced to provide any compensation if they didn’t. Factoring in that savings and a $2.023 million tender for restricted free agent center Fernando Velasco , the Titans stand roughly $18.323 million under the salary cap.