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Apr 21, 2014
Seattle Seahawks WR Sidney Rice ...
Apr 17, 2014
Sidney Rice has played in 16 games just twice in his seven-year career.
Apr 16, 2014
The Seattle Seahawks are re-signing ...
One Jet at a Time Apr 21, 2014

Maybe Idzik isn’t cheap…

Sidney Rice told us the #Jets offered him more money than the deal he signed to return to the #Seahawks, @710ESPNSeattle. — Danny 710ESPNSeattle (@BrocknDanny) April 21, 2014
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 21, 2014
Jets offered Sidney Rice more money, but he still decided to return to Seahawks, he says in radio interview

Jets offered Sidney Rice more money, but he still decided to return to Seahawks, he says in radio interview

The Jets hosted Rice, a wide receiver, on a free agent visit last week.

Rice contract details reported

Tom Pelisserro of USA Today dispatched some of Sidney Rice’s contract details today on Twitter. Sidney Rice got a $150K signing bonus from #Seahawks. Base salary of $1M and split salary of $500K in case of injury.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) April 21, 2014 Rice also has $250K in per-game roster bonuses ($15,625K for each week hes on the 46-man roster).— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) April 21, 2014
Seattle Times Apr 21, 2014

Sidney Rice on ESPN 710 Seattle: "The door was always open''

Newly re-signed Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice said in an interview on ESPN 710 Seattle this morning that the New York Jets offered him more money than the one-year deal he got to return to Seattle, which is worth $1.4 million if he reaches all incentives. But Rice said he simply wanted to stay with

Seattle Seahawks will pay Sidney Rice up to $1.4 million

The Seattle Seahawks have re-signed receiver Sidney Rice for a steal, retaining him for one year on a contract with up to $1.4 million, according to multiple reports. Sure, it’s a big number for those of us who don’t play football for a living. But Rice’s reported contract with the Hawks, after being released by […]
KFFL Apr 21, 2014

Jets | Made offer to Sidney Rice

Seattle Seahawks WR Sidney Rice ...

Rice contract details revealed

The contract details for Seattle receiver Sidney Rice have been revealed this morning. As detailed by Tom Pelissero of USA Today, the total value of Rice's one-year contract is $1.4 million. Rice has a $1 million base salary and a split salary of $500,000 in case of injury. He also received a $150,000 signing bonus and has $250,000 in roster bonuses, equaling $15,625 for each week he is on the 46-man active roster. Rice had been due to received $9.7 million in 2014 under the terms of the five-year deal he signed as a free agent prior to the 2011 season. Seattle released Rice and defensive end...

Looking at Sidney Rice's contract, and where the Seahawks stand at WR

The details of Sidney Rice's one-year contract leaked out Monday morning, and as expected, the Seahawks...

Seahawks officially announce signing of Sidney Rice

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're still waiting to see the exact details of Rice's contract. But speculation was that the base would likely not be much above the minimum for an eight-year veteran, which is $855,000, and instead heavily laden with incentives. For now, what we know for sure is Rice is officially back in the fold for 2014.
Northwest Sports Beat Apr 18, 2014

The Return of Rice and what it means for Seahawks

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us news of a familiar face returning to Seattle. The Seahawks re-signed Sidney Rice to a 1-year deal earlier this week to the delight of many. A healthy Rice would spell trouble for opponents, Brandon says.

Sidney Rice signing now official

Not that anyone was expecting that the deal wouldn't go through, but the Seahawks' signing of receiver Sidney Rice is now official, the...

Sidney Rice and the top 10 receivers in Seahawks history

Cut by the Seahawks in February following another injury-plagued season, wide receiver Sidney Rice on Wednesday re-signed with Seattle to return for 2014 on a one-year contract. Judging by the reaction on social media, Seahawks fans — and the Seahawks themselves, namely Russell Wilson — seem to be pleased with the roster move. Rice is […]

Thursday notes: Rice happy to be back at VMAC

The NFL transactions today did not list Seattle as having signed Sidney Rice. But evidence that he may have already inked his deal came a little while ago when Rice Tweeted that he was back at the VMAC: https://twitter.com/sidneyrice/status/456928387617943552 Seahawks.com also talked with GM John Schneider who confirmed what had been thought all along --- that the Seahawks were hoping to bring Rice back after he was released on Feb. 28, a move that saved the team $7.3 million in cap space for the 2014 season. “We were hoping we’d be able to get him back at a certain point,'' Schneider...
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 17, 2014
Receiver Sidney Rice visits Jets, but will re-sign with Seahawks, per league source

Receiver Sidney Rice visits Jets, but will re-sign with Seahawks, per league source

The Jets must continue to try to bolster their wide receiver position.
Rotoworld Apr 17, 2014

Sidney Rice brings injury red flags, as usual - Sidney Rice (WR) Seattle Seahawks

Sidney Rice has played in 16 games just twice in his seven-year career.

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