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Draft Scout *Sidney Rice News
10/28/13 - WR Sidney Rice will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL.
Rice was injured in the second quarter of Seattle's 14-9 win over the St. Louis Rams on Monday night. On a first-and-goal play from the St. Louis 9-yard line, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson tried to hit Rice in the end zone. After the play, Rice was slow to get up. He was taken to the locker room and at the time of the injury, Seattle said he was doubtful to return.
Through the first eight weeks of the season, Rice has been the Seahawks' third-leading receiver with 231 yards.
The Seahawks are expecting to get wide receiver Percy Harvin back this week. Harvin has not played this season after undergoing hip surgery, but returned to practice last week.
09/05/13 - WR Sidney Rice (knee) was a full participant in practice on Wednesday, and is expected to play against the Panthers this weekend.
09/03/13 - WR Sidney Rice (knee) is expected to practice on Wednesday.
08/02/13 - WR Sidney Rice returned to the team on Thursday after having nonsurgical treatment on his knee in Switzerland this week, multiple media outlets reported Friday.
Rice will be evaluated by the Seahawks medical staff, and, at that point, it will be determined when he can return to practice.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said earlier in the week he expected Rice to be ready for the Seahawks' preseason opener Aug. 8 against the San Diego Chargers.
Rice was bothered by knee problems late last season, when he had 50 catches for 748 yards and seven touchdowns.
08/01/13 - WR Sidney Rice, who is receiving treatment on his knee in Switzerland, is due back "in a day or so," depending on travel, according to Pete Carroll.