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    Seahawks WR Sidney Rice is retiring

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    Could have been really good had he just been able to stay healthy. At least his best years came during his tenure with Minnesota.

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    He's only 27, reminds me of Brandon Roy

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    It was all over for him once he had to go to Sweden to get plasma injections in his knees.


    "I tell you what -- Russell's a mental giant," said Sherman. "When the ball didn't bounce his way, he didn't go in the tank and say, 'Woe is me.' He stepped up when we needed him most and he won the game for us. I'm not sure people get how great he is. I hope they get it now."

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    Well he just opened 5 brand new Wing Stops in the Seattle area, so I wouldnt say he is retiring exactly Will still have plenty on his slate. He was an overpaid WR with not much production but still a focal part of the team 2 years ago. He will be missed by the fans and the team.
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    He was a good guy, could have been really good if he avoided injuries. But I was glad to have him as a Seahawk.

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    The case of what could have been if he stayed healthy

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    Brett Farve made him

    But sad to see a man retire at a young age




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    Favre

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    He was alright, sad to see a player retire so young. I doubt he'd be a top 3 wr on the packers though.

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    I don't know if i would say Brett Favre made him, he just got injured all the time.


    "I tell you what -- Russell's a mental giant," said Sherman. "When the ball didn't bounce his way, he didn't go in the tank and say, 'Woe is me.' He stepped up when we needed him most and he won the game for us. I'm not sure people get how great he is. I hope they get it now."

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    Local media acted like he died on the radio today. lol
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    And the guy has been quoted all over the place saying if he lunged for the end zone it would have been a football move.

    Blandino said Bryant lunging forward toward the goal line is not the kind of overt act a player needs to make in order to be seen as making a “football move.”

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    My favorite Rice story is when he went for 50 million for one season in the NFL Mock Offseason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surf and turf View Post
    And the guy has been quoted all over the place saying if he lunged for the end zone it would have been a football move.

    Blandino said Bryant lunging forward toward the goal line is not the kind of overt act a player needs to make in order to be seen as making a “football move.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    My favorite Rice story is when he went for 50 million for one season in the NFL Mock Offseason.

    50 million
    It was $40, but still...lol.


    Also, sad for him retiring, but thank god we can stop hearing about him. Dude was Devin Aromashodu with a fat contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by db75 View Post
    It was $40, but still...lol.


    Also, sad for him retiring, but thank god we can stop hearing about him. Dude was Devin Aromashodu with a fat contract.
    Oh dammit, I thought it was 50.

    And that's the most insulting thing I've ever read. Ouch.
    Quote Originally Posted by surf and turf View Post
    And the guy has been quoted all over the place saying if he lunged for the end zone it would have been a football move.

    Blandino said Bryant lunging forward toward the goal line is not the kind of overt act a player needs to make in order to be seen as making a “football move.”

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