Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice has re-signed with the team, a league source confirmed to The Seattle Times on Wednesday. Rice posted the news on his Twitter account, saying: "Aaayyyyooo 12s. SEA you in a few.. IM COMIN' HOME!" Rice had been released by the Seahawks in February. as the team attempted to created more salary-cap room for the 2014 season. Rice had been scheduled to make $9.7 million for the 2014 season, and releasing him saved $7.3 million off the cap. Terms of the new deal were not available, but it's believed to be at a much lower salary. Rice earlier this week had tweeted that...
Seattle Times 11 hours ago
Seattle’s tallest experienced receiver, mending from knee injury, back with team but at a lower salary.
Stephen Cohen / Seattle Post-Intelligencer 12 hours ago
One day after he proclaimed himself ready to return from injury — and just hours after he was reportedly meeting with the New York Jets — wide receiver Sidney Rice re-signed with the Seattle Seahawks. ESPN’s Adam Schefter broke the news via Twitter. After visiting Jets today, WR Sidney Rice is returning to Seattle on […]
Damore’ea Stringfellow, a Washington Huskies sophomore wide receiver accused of assaulting Seattle Seahawks fans during a post-Super Bowl celebration, was sentenced to five days on a work crew as part…
Stephen Cohen / Seattle Post-Intelligencer 11 hours ago
Did Seattle Seahawks owner Paul Allen buy himself a Super Bowl championship? The answer, at least according to the Global Sports Salaries Survey, may surprise. The study, compiled by Sporting Intelligence in association with ESPN the Magazine for their annual “Money Issue,” ranks teams by how much money they spend — on average — on […]