Found June 13, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Sidney Rice
TEAMS: Seattle Seahawks
Getty Images After undergoing offseason surgery on both shoulders, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice feels good and is hoping to be ready to go when the regular season begins. “Everything is feeling good, right on pace to be ready for the season,” Rice told the Seattle Times. “I’m going to continue to push it.” The Seahawks will be relying on Rice to be a difference maker this season. They ultimately need him to live up to the five-year, $41 million deal he signed last season.

Former Bengals Wide Receiver Antonio Bryant Being Given A Shot At An NFL Comeback In Seattle

Talk about a trend. Former Bengals wide receivers are making the rounds and we can't help but to observe from our cushy couches, inhaling butter-saturated popcorn while a far more stabilizing situation emerges from Paul Brown Stadium. Terrell Owens, who missed a couple of games and a charity event, was released as a player and owner from the Allen Wranglers. He also fired super...

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Seahawks Chris Clemons M.I.A. at mandatory OTA

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Seahawks’ Chris Clemons no shows minicamp

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Getty Images According to ESPN’s John Clayton, the Seattle Seahawks have fined defensive end Chris Clemons $63,000 for skipping this week’s mandatory minicamp.  They’re also currently working on giving him the contract extension that he’s looking for. Clemons is scheduled to make $4.5 million this season, which is final year of his current contract. He racked up 51 tackles...

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