Seahawks' re-sign Sidney Rice

After a reported visit with the New York Jets earlier in the day, the Seattle Seahawks re-signed wide receiver Sidney Rice on Wednesday. reported it is a one-year deal, and Rice confirmed his return to the Seahawks on his Twitter account.Rice has spent the last three seasons with the Seahawks, but he missed the final eight games of the 2013 season after suffering a torn anterior...
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VIDEO: Celebrate Sidney Rice’s return with highlights

Sidney Rice is officially back! Yesterday the seven-year wideout signed a one year deal with the Seattle Seahawks at the veteran minimum. Bringing Rice back gives the Seahawks some flexibility at wide receiver and a wider range of options in the NFL Draft to address other problem areas, like offensive guard. To celebrate Rice’s return I found another highlight video – this one...
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Why drafting a guard is biggest need for Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks are stuffed with talent on defense, and it can be safe to say the early rounds of the upcoming NFL Draft will not feature the Seahawks taking defenders. In the later rounds I could see the Seahawks grabbing some guys to provide more depth, but defense is clearly not the greatest and most pressing need for Seattle to immediately solidify in the draft. The offense...
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Sidney Rice Re-Signs With The Seahawks

According to both Sidney Rice and Russell Wilson, via their twitter accounts, Rice will be rejoining the Seattle Seahawks in 2014.  The Seahawks let Rice go in February because he wasn’t living up to his high price tag, were originally open to the idea of signing him back at a much lower cost. Rice tried to test the market and even recently visited with the New York Jets, but...
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Veteran wide receiver comes back home to Seahawks

Veteran wide receiver Sidney Rice was cleared for football activities on Monday by famed sports physician Dr. James Andrews. It didn’t take long for an NFL team to snap him up. Moments ago Rice himself tweeted the news that he has signed with the Seahawks: Terms of the deal were not immediately available but according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk the contract will be for...
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Sidney Rice re-signs with the Seattle Seahawks

Tonight Sidney Rice announced he will be returning to Seattle Seahawks via his Twitter account. Sidney Rice was in New York today visiting with the New York Jets, but he could not come out with an agreement.  Sidney Rice the 6’4 wide receiver is back. RichCimini Rich Cimini No Sidney Rice for Jets. He signs […] The post Sidney Rice re-signs with the Seattle Seahawks appeared...
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Why the Carolina Panthers are a great fit for former Pro Bowler Sidney Rice

Free agent wide receiver Sidney Rice was recently cleared for football activities by Dr. James Andrews after tearing his ACL on October 28th. The former Minnesota Viking and Seattle Seahawk is a free agent and is reportedly considering the Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, and the Carolina Panthers according to Pro Football Talk. Rice would be an excellent addition for...
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Sidney Rice gets clearance, could sign soon

With most of the veteran free-agent receivers already gobbled up and several teams still having needs, another veteran is ready to sign a new contract. Per a league source, former Vikings and Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice has received clearance to resume football activities from Dr. James Andrews. Rice tore an ACL on October 28. Now that Rice has been cleared, don’t be surprised...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Sidney Rice cleared for football activities, Giants, Panthers, Seahawks, Saints all interested

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; According to,  free agent wide receiver Sidney Rice has been cleared for football activities and the Giants, Panthers, Seahawks and Saints are all interested in signing him. WR Sidney Rice has been cleared for football activities by Dr. Andrews, per league source. ...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the Seahawks give Sidney Rice a second chance?

When the Seattle Seahawks released wide receiver Sidney Rice back in February, it hardly came as a shock. Rice was due to be paid nearly $10 million for the 2014 season and he missed half of 2013 with a torn ACL. He also missed seven games in 2011 and ten in 2010 while with the Vikings. Even though he had every right to be disappointed and upset, Rice was all class when the word...
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7 days ago  |  1 Comment

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