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    Seahawks: Rice release request granted

    Seahawks: Rice release request granted

    by Fanball Staff - Fanball.com
    Friday, February 25, 2005

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    The Seahawks released wide receiver Jerry Rice on Friday. Jim Steiner, the agent for the NFL's all-time leading receiver, said his client asked to be released. "We asked for his release, and obviously they want to accommodate him," Steiner told the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Steiner added that Rice is still interested in returning for a 21st season if he can find the right situation. After joining the Seahawks in a mid-season trade with the Raiders, Rice had 25 receptions for 362 yards and three touchdowns.

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    Re: Seahawks: Rice release request granted

    lets pick him up for a bargain....cmon guys ....at least against the whiners......poetic justice.....

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    Re: Seahawks: Rice release request granted

    No Way!

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    Re: Seahawks: Rice release request granted

    I think he wants to go back to the Niners for a final fling in red and gold.

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    Re: Seahawks: Rice release request granted

    I'd have to agree, he most likely wants to retire a Whiner.

    Of course maybe he doesn't want to retire a loser, which is what will happen if he goes to the Whiners and their 4-12 football team.

    4-12?

    Am I being to generous?

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    Re: Seahawks: Rice release request granted

    There is a good chance that Rice could end up in Detroit IF he is willing to play for a bargain price. Rice could provide tutelage for the Lion's young receivers, and Mooch would probably welcome the reunion.

    Rice a Ram?? NO WAY!!!!!

    GO RAMMS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Seahawks: Rice release request granted

    Yeah, right... so he can then demand that Isaac Bruce give up #80?

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    Re: Seahawks: Rice release request granted

    Rice will retire as a whiner,and the'll probably make a bronze statue of him,but I'd like to see him retire as a Raider.
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    Re: Seahawks: Rice release request granted

    Wish he would just retire already! He's gonna start looking like those pro's who hasn't been a pro for a while! Dragging the **** on just irrittates the **** out of me!
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