Sidney Rice, 27, has announced his retirement from the NFL. Though his career was plagued with injuries, Rice still proved to be a valuable player during his time with the Seahawks.
In 2011, he caught 32 passes for 484 yards and two touchdowns, until concussions and a shoulder problem forced him on IR in the final seven games. In 2012, he started 16 games for the only time in his career and led the Seahawks with 50 receptions, 748 receiving yards and seven TD catches. Before going on IR last season, Rice caught 15 passes for 231 yards and three TDs.
Thanks for everything you’ve done and sacrificed for us Sid (especially in OT against the Bears). You will be missed!
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Sidney Rice, 27, has announced his retirement from the NFL. Though his career was plagued with injuries, Rice still proved to be a valuable player during his time with the Seahawks.

In 2011, he caught 32 passes for 484 yards and two touchdowns, until concussions and a shoulder problem forced him on IR in the final seven games. In 2012, he started 16 games for the only time in his career and led the Seahawks with 50 receptions, 748 receiving yards and seven TD catches. Before going on IR last season, Rice caught 15 passes for 231 yards and three TDs.

Thanks for everything you’ve done and sacrificed for us Sid (especially in OT against the Bears). You will be missed!

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More than 22,000 fans came out for Richard Sherman’s celebrity softball game benefiting Blanket Coverage

This event featured many Seahawks players, such as Russell Wilson, Michael Bennett, Earl Thomas, Bobby Wagner, Doug Baldwin, and Jermaine Kearse, and more. Other all-star talents came to support Sherman’s foundation including Seattle-native hip-hop artist Macklemore, Seattle SuperSonics legends Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp, Denver Nuggets guard Nate Robinson, Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford, Portland Trailblazers forward Dorell Wright, and five-time NBA champion and L.A. Lakers guard Kobe Bryant.

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Love the crowd’s reaction after The Tip
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Love the crowd’s reaction after The Tip

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(Photo by John Lok/Seattle Times/MCT)

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(Photo by AP Photo/John Froschauer)

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(Photo credit: Dave Sizer Photograhy)