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Sidney Rice | WR
Posted: 7/23/2014 9:51pm et
Seattle Seahawks WR Sidney Rice has decided to retire, according to a league source. Rice has decided to retire due to a history of concussions.
Huddle Up: Not that he was slated to be a big part of the Seattle offense anyway, but now the Seahawks need to find someone else to throw a minimal number of times to. And a preposition is a terrible thing to end a sentence with.

Posted: 4/26/2014 12:20am et
Seattle Seahawks WR Sidney Rice (knee) said he hopes to be able to do some things during the team's minicamp in June. Rice also wants to be a full participant when training camp begins.
Huddle Up: Rice will likely return to a reduced role in Seattle as long as Percy Harvin remains healthy, but if he is to have any value on fantasy draft day he'll need to be on the field during training camp--preferably before.

Posted: 4/17/2014 3:25pm et
The Seattle Seahawks reportedly will re-sign WR Sidney Rice to an undisclosed 1-year deal.
Huddle Up: It appears as if Rice, who received interest from the Jets and Panthers, is sticking around for a 4th season in Seattle but keep in mind he's played in only 9 games or fewer in 3 of the past 4 seasons, including this past season when a knee injury limited him to 8 games and 15 catches.

Posted: 4/15/2014 10:19pm et
The Carolina Panthers might show an interest in free-agent WR Sidney Rice (Seahawks), but only at the right price.
Huddle Up: The Panthers have already signed Jerricho Cotchery, Jason Avant and Tiquan Underwood this offseason, so why not throw another veteran wideout with something to prove into the mix as they completely rebuild their WR corps?

Posted: 4/14/2014 11:12pm et
Free-agent WR Sidney Rice (knee) has been cleared to participate in football activities by Dr. James Andrews, according to a source. The Seattle Seahawks, New York Giants, New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers are believed to have some interest in Rice.
Huddle Up: Rice is among a handful of solid veteran wideouts still looking for a team this offseason. Now that he's healthy, he can start demonstrating his wares and land a club before offseason workouts ramp up.