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Seahawks close to deal with Sidney Rice, per Rapoport

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What?

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I was sooooooooooooooo convinced.  This day just gets better and better.

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Never wanted him. He never stays healthy and has only had one year of top production anyway and that was in '09.

 

If he was ever the answer, then we were fuged from the start.

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How do you get "close to deal" confused with "interested in" ??

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LOL... 

 

Man, the good news just keeps pouring in.  Good to know we have a lot of options out there.

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You know theres a FA thread for this right?

We dont care if it's not Panthers related!!!!!!

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Guys guys guys there's still the draft

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He must be that cheap. "We can't afford him, but apparently nobody else wants him. How's the vet min sound?"

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