This is sort of a clerical thing, as the Seahawks announced on Tuesday they had agreed to terms with receiver Sidney Rice. Today, they announced that Rice officially put pen to paper, signing his contract for the 2014 season.
We'll start with something that Seahawks linebacker Mike Morgan Tweeted last night --- a really cool trip the team made with the Lombardi Trophy:
The NFL transactions today did not list Seattle as having signed Sidney Rice.
We'll continue our countdown of Seattle's top draft picks with the player who set the trend for Seattle hitting it big with late-round defensive backs --- safety John Harris.
Sidney Rice, Seattle’s tallest experienced receiver, mending from knee injury, is back with team but at a lower salary.
We'll start today passing along the latest mock draft from the man who pretty much invented mock drafts --- ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr.
Well, that changed quickly, didn't it (and no, I don't mean the Mariner game I was watching as I type this).
Broncos fans may want to move on from Denver’s Super Bowl debacle. Not Peyton Manning. He’s holding on to the heartache to stoke his competitive fire.
Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice has re-signed with the team, a league source confirmed to The Seattle Times on Wednesday.
Receiver Sidney Rice, who earlier this week Tweeted that he had been cleared to begin cutting again in his rehab from an ACL injury suffered last Oct. 28, is visiting the New York Jets today, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter:
Seahawks fans may have moved on from the loss of receiver Golden Tate, who signed as a free agent with the Detroit Lions last month.
We'll start today with a few updated mock drafts:
We'll get started at noon.
Running back visits New York a week after being released by Tennessee
It's dangerous to make too much of news that a player made a visit to a specific time in the runup to the NFL Draft.
The Seahawks begin their official off-season conditioning program next week at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton.
Pro Football Talk is reporting this afternoon that the NFL schedule will be released next Tuesday, or that if it is pushed back it will come next Wednesday or Thursday. The plan again, the story reports, is for the schedule to be unveiled live on NFL Network and ESPN.
We'll continue our countdown of the Top 25 Seahawks draft picks of all time with a look at a player who had a chance to go down as one of the team's picks of any kind, but instead turned into one of Seattle's most unfortunate "what might have beens?''
Interesting stuff here from an ESPN survey showing that the Seahawks spent more per player than 31 of the 32 teams in the NFL last season --- $2.303 million --- behind only the Minnesota Vikings.
A Miami radio station reported that Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette made two calls to 911 to report a woman would not leave his Miami apartment. She says she has no memory how she later arrived at a hospital.
After a rough 2013 season that began with a six-game drug suspension and ended with a blown out knee in December, the Denver Broncos pass-rusher showed up for his foundation’s inaugural event at Sports Authority Field Monday night 20 pounds lighter and with a rediscovered smile.
NFL fans with good memories may recall that it was during this week last year that the league announced its 2013 schedule. That may have been what led to some rumors that the NFL was due to release its 2014 schedule this week. One difference, though, is that last year, the NFL Draft was a few weeks
A Miami radio host, Andy Slater, reported today that Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette made the 911 call that ended up in a woman being transported to a hospital and resulted in a police report of a "suspicious incident'' that also involved 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick and receiver Quinton Patton.
Free agent receiver Sidney Rice Tweeted today that he has been cleared to begin cutting, a significant step on his road to recovery from the ACL injury he suffered Oct. 28 at St. Louis.
ESPN has finished its list of the top Seahawks players, concluding that quarterback Russell Wilson deserves the top honors.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was arrested Sunday at Los Angeles International Airport after authorities said he became belligerent during a security screening and threatened that he had a bomb.