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According to PFT Panthers have interest in Sidney Rice

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meh, almost pie

 

'How to' book?

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Large catch radius? Erratic passes?!

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Come on down!!!

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If we get Rice, I'm going to go out on a limb and say we go OT (Moses, CK, or Martin) in the first (unless Cooks makes it to us) and WR (Latimer, Matthews) in the second.

Just my opinion.

 

That'd definitely be sick....BOTA and Matthews in the 2nd wut....I'd fap to dat

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year before last, Rice was #1 on the Seahawks in both receiving yards and TDs.

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I am all for as much talent at the WR position as we can muster. Sign the man. Let him compete and get healthy.
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Would love this.

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We would have such a logjam at receiver


Just in training camp. Some people would be cut

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rice would be a solid number 2.

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I'm over due for a visit to Great Clips.  I'll try and glean some insider info from Rice's aunt while she chops my lettuce.

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Theoretically would be great but I wouldn't expect too much from him.

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interest increases as required salary decreases

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