Found November 30, 2011 on Seahawks Insider:
The news delivered by Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll after this afternoon’s practice was a bit surprising, but understandable. The Seahawks will place receiver Sidney Rice on season-ending, injured reserve for the remainder of the season after back-to-back concussions in two of the past three games. Carroll said linebacker Michael Morgan will be elevated from the practice squad to the active roster, and receiver Deon Butler likely will be active … Read more »

Vikings Were Shrewd To Let Sidney Rice Walk

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice was placed on injured reserve today, in effect ending his season. He’ll end up finishing the 2011 season with 32 receptions for 484 yards and 2 touchdowns. Pedestrian like … [visit site to read more]Vikings Were Shrewd To Let Sidney Rice Walk - The Viking Age - The Viking Age - A Minnesota Vikings Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

A look at Sidney Rice’s injury-plagued season

The Seahawks lost one of their best playmakers for the season when coach Pete Carroll announced that receiver Sidney Rice would be placed on injured reserve this week due to a concussion. The news ends a disappointing season for Rice, who was signed to a five-year, $41 million contract in July and was expected to provide a legitimate deep threat to the Seahawks’ passing game. Instead...

Sidney Rice Bound For IR

The Seahawks have decided to place wide receiver Sidney Rice on season-ending IR due to his concussion, according to John Boyle of the Everett Herald. Fantasy Spin: Ben Obomanu slides into Rices starting spot, but Doug Baldwin should see the biggest boost in fantasy value. Rice was shut down as he suffered three concussions in less than a one-year span.

Russell Okung's status remains up in the air

RENTON -- Coach Pete Carroll called the play unncessary.He also said it was bad.But Friday at noon the Seahawks coach was waiting to see just how damaging it was for Russell Okung, the Seahawks starting left tackle who suffered on injury to his right pectoral muscle in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's game against Philadelphia."He's got extensive damage to his...

Seahawks WR Sidney Rice out for season with concussion

Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice has a more severe concussion than originally thought, and the team has opted to end his season by placing him on injured reserve. Rice, who has battled several injuries since the beginning of the season, caught 32 passes for 484 yards and two touchdowns in nine games. He suffered two concussions this season, the second of which came last week against...

Carroll says Rice's chances are 'very slim' to face Eagles

It's a near certainty that the Seahawks will be without wide receiver Sidney Rice in Thursday night's game against the Eagles.

Morning links: A history of yellow flags

My story today focuses Seattle head coach Pete Carroll’s issues with yellow flags starting back in his days at USC. The Trojans led the Pac-10 in penalties two of his last three years at USC. USC led the Pac-10 in penalties in 2007 and 2008, with an average of eight a game. From 2004 to 2009, Carroll-led teams were the fourth-most penalized team in the Pacific-10 Conference, averaging...

Seahawks to place WR Rice (concussion) on IR

The Seattle Seahawks will place receiver Sidney Rice on season-ending injured reserve after he suffered his second concussion in less than a month last Sunday, coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday.

Sidney Rice’s season is over

Sidney Rice’s first season with the Seahawks has come to an early end. Coach Pete Carroll announced Wednesday that Rice will be placed on injured reserve as a result of the concussion he suffered in Sunday’s loss to the Redskins. It was the second concussion in three weeks for Rice, who also missed two games…

Sidney Rice unlikely to face Eagles

Sidney Rice has suffered two concussions in the span of three weeks. The Seahawks have three days to prepare to play on Thursday night against the Eagles. It’s easy to see where this is going. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll admitted there is a “very slim” chance Rice plays. Ben Obomanu should start in place of…

Seahawks' Rice out for year after suffering second concussion

The Seattle Seahawks will place Sidney Rice on injured reserve after the former Pro Bowl wide receiver suffered a second concussion in just a few weeks.

Fantasy Football – Seattle Seahawks Week 13 Predictions

Dave B. is back and better than ever with his Week 13 NFL fantasy football forecast for the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Seattle Seahawks matchup. Ben Obomanu could be in line for a breakout game. Marshawn Lynch will do what he does. Sidney Rice was put on IR today. Mike Williams is questionable to play but I am projecting like he will start. Get our Seahawks fantasy expert predictions every week…

Redskins vs. Seattle Seahawks Blog: Love’ Em & Hate’ Em

Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens weekly NFL Love Em Hate Em football blog. He recaps and rewinds the Washington Redskins vs. Seattle Seahawks Week 12 matchup. A 23-17 Redskins win. Things Brett hates. Pete Carroll and his clock management, Tarvaris Jackson and his play, Trent Williams and his head butt on Leon Washington.

Pete Carroll ‘not surprised’ by Cable head coaching rumors

It’s that time of year again, when colleges start firing their football coaches and folks begin wondering aloud who’s going to replace all of them. Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable has already come up in discussions about a Pac-12 head coaching job. Steve Corkran, who covers the Oakland Raiders for the Contra Costa Times, tweeted that Cable’s name is being “bandied...
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