Injury to keep Hutchinson out of minicamp 08:54 PM CDT on Tuesday, June 1, 2004 By JEAN-JACQUES TAYLOR / The Dallas Morning News Quarterback Chad Hutchinson's NFL Europe season has ended, and he has returned to the United States to have his shoulder examined. Hutchinson has spent the last week in Birmingham, Ala., being examined and treated by Dr. James Andrews. Hutchinson, who didn't play last week and will miss this week's game, was hurt in a loss to Cologne. He passed for 94 yards with an interception, was sacked five times and fumbled three times. Hutchinson could not be reached for comment. The injury means he won't participate in the club's minicamp this weekend. His roster spot is probably in jeopardy, especially if Vinny Testaverde becomes the fifth quarterback on the roster. Few teams take that many quarterbacks to training camp because it limits the number of practice repetitions each gets. If the Cowboys release Hutchinson, they will not be responsible for an injury settlement or his salary because the injury occurred in NFL Europe.