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Sydney rice retires after 7 years

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They also have Baldwin, Kearse, and drafted Paul Richardson. Still likely better than ours although another predictable injury to Percy and/or Benjamin living up to his full potential from day one and that

Ok Baldwin is solid but I'm not too big on kearse and Paul Richardson is still a rookie, there's still a drop off

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Was he fortunate to have Favre or unfortunate to have those other QBs? I don't know that he was ever healthy with Seattle.

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as a Gamecock fan this saddens me I'm a huge Rice fan and was hoping for a good season from him..

 

well we still have Clowney and several others to pull for

 

GO COCKS!!!

Agreed. Go Alshon lol and Lattimore

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Yea mort was saying staying in good health was more important than football to him, and apparently he's opening a few restaurants! I think we as fans take for granted just how taxing this game we all love can be on players!

 

 

Hope he enjoyed having money in his pockets.

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