Simeon Rice gets fed up with radio host, tells him to ‘suck a d—‘

Former NFL defensive end Simeon Rice stated his Hall of Fame case Monday night, in a colorful radio segment that many have been talking about today. Rice appeared on “The DA Show” Monday night and spoke with Andrew Fillipponi. The CBS Sports Radio host was clearly trying to get a reaction out of Rice from the get-go. It’s one thing to state facts, but it’s another to stir...
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Simeon Rice gets vulgar with radio host over HOF debate

If you thought Terrell Owens was furious about missing the Hall of Fame the past two years, just wait until you hear how former NFL defensive end Simeon Rice feels about never having been named a finalist.Rice got into it with Andrew Fillipponi, who was filling in as host of “The DA Show,” in an interview on CBS Sports Radio Monday night. What began as Rice stating his case for...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Simeon Rice really wants to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Simeon Rice sure has had an interesting few days. The defensive end was always a bit eccentric when he was still playing, and that hasn’t changed in his retirement — which is now nearly a decade long. Recently, Rice has been complaining that the Pro Football Hall of Fame hasn’t given him any kind of attention. There’s something to that: Rice was arguably the most dominant...
Via Bucs Nation
1 day ago

Simeon Rice, Mike Wilbon and others react to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers loss on twitter

Talk about snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. It’s as if the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were intentionally trying to bungle away their lead and find a way to hand their fans one of the most excruciating losses in recent memory, which is honestly saying something considering how many different ways this team has found a way to lose in spectacular fashion. In the dictionary, ...
Via cover32
October 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Buc Simeon Rice rebounds after dark ending to NFL career

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Via FOX Sports
August 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Saturday’s Tampa Bay Bucs vs Bengals game was DEJA VU and RETRO all over!

Simeon Rice made an appearance bringing the Bucs out of the gate! Rice is last Double digit sacker for Tampa Bay; that was 2006. Someone tell the Bucs Doctor Who doesnt begin its new season until September, because they took a page from the old Time Lord’s book and went all retro on us. No it wasn’t a Throwback game, although a lot of fans still want to throw the new uniforms...
Via Buc Stop
August 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Simeon Rice rebounds after dark ending to NFL career

It was a fun moment, but leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers onto the field for last Monday night's preseason game against Cincinnati didn't provide the sense of closure Simeon Rice was once seeking. Rice had already found a way to leave his days as one of the league's greatest pass-rushers behind him. He had no choice. Years ago, Rice had envisioned how his final NFL moment would unfold...
Via FOX Sports
August 26, 2015  |  Discuss

A double-digit sack year for a defensive linemen

Remember when Da’Quan Bowers said he would hit double-digit sacks in 2013? Or last year’s “big time” free agent signing Michael Johnson saying he had plans on getting double-digit sacks in 2014?  Neither happened. In fact, the Bucs have not had a player record 10 or more sacks since the Simeon Rice days (2005). So will 2015 be the year someone on the defensive finally...
Via The Bay Cave
June 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Simeon Rice gets distribution deal for a movie he wrote and directed

I came across some interesting news today about former NFL Pro Bowler and Super Bowl Champion Simeon Rice. Here are the details from IndieWire: Sycamore Entertainment Group, Inc., today announced it has signed a deal with Dreamline Pictures for the North American distribution rights to the suspense thriller “Unsullied,” the first feature film written and directed by former NFL...
Via This Given Sunday
January 17, 2015  |  Discuss

The best defensive end drafted by the Arizona Cardinals is…

With free agency slowing down after the initial flurry of activity, it’s time to put the focus back on the draft. With that in mind, we return to our series on the best Cardinals draft picks. This week we’re looking at the defensive ends. Defensive end can often be a fluid position in the NFL depending on the defensive alignment a team runs. Defensive ends play very different...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

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