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  • Healthy Rice Makes Big Difference

    Seattle wide receiver Sidney Rice (18) had eight catches for 109 yards in his first regular season game with the Seahawks. ---

  • Hip Surgery Sidelines Vikings' Wide Receiver

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - Brett Favre's job just got a whole lot tougher. Favre and the Minnesota Vikings will play the first half of the season - or more - without Pro Bowl receiver Sidney Rice, who had hip surgery this week.

  • Seahawks Lose Wr Rice for Season to Torn Acl

    The Seattle Seahawks won Monday night's game 14-9 in St. Louis, but lost wide receiver Sidney Rice for the rest of the season after suffering an ACL tear in his knee. Rice had 15 receptions for 231 yards and three touchdowns this season. He went without a catch against the Rams before getting injured in the kirst half.

  • Berrian's Bigger Catch

    MINNEAPOLIS - Bernard Berrian seemed to disappear from the Minnesota Vikings offense last season, ignored by quarterback Brett Favre and overshadowed by Percy Harvin and Sidney Rice. The old Berrian - the one that the Vikings counted on to stretch the field with his elite speed - reappeared in a flash in the first quarter against the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday night.

  • Super Bowl Xlviii Looking Like a Super Matchup

    On Sunday, one of the biggest pizza-eating days of the year, the top offense of the Denver Broncos will take on the top defense of the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII at Metlife Stadium in the Meadowlands, with the possibility of a snowstorm in the mix. The Broncos have been led this season by future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning. The 16-year career of the gunslinger out of...

  • Wilson Leads Seattle to Upset

    Tom Brady and the best offense in the NFL got upstaged by an undersized rookie. In the final minutes, it was Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks making all the big plays. Wilson found Sidney Rice behind the secondary for a 46-yard touchdown with 1:18 remaining, and the Seahawks rallied for 14 points in the final 7:31 to stun the visiting New England Patriots, 24-23, Sunday.

  • Today's Other Games

    Packers at Vikings, noon Last week: Packers had bye (beat Cowboys 45-7 in Week 9); Vikings lost to Bears 27-13. The rundown: After allowing 14 sacks in two games against Vikings last season, Packers have protected QB Aaron Rodgers much better. He was not sacked against Vikings last month. ... Vikings QB Brett Favre was picked off three times - one for a touchdown - for a lowly 50.4 passer rating...

  • Sports in Brief

    Vikings receiver Rice off PUP list EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Sidney Rice has been taken off the physically unable to perform list, allowing him to return to practice.

  • Sports in Brief

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - The Minnesota Vikings have activated wide receiver Sidney Rice in time to play the Packers. Rice had hip surgery in late August and returned to practice two weeks ago. The team announced the move on Saturday.

  • Favre has Found Rhythm with Rice

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - Brett Favre was on the sideline between possessions during a recent game, quizzing his receivers about what type of coverage they faced. That's when another snapshot of Sidney Rice's increasing confidence became apparent to Minnesota's ageless quarterback.

  • Make Some Wise Choices in Week 1

    The toughest time to bet on the NFL for many handicappers is the first week of the season. There are no immediate trends, teams like the Jets (Santonio Holmes), Minnesota (Sidney Rice) and Pittsburgh (Ben Roethlisberger) are missing key players, and other teams have new players still getting used to new systems. Since 1976, I've been to Las Vegas nearly 20 times in large part because I have aunts,...

  • Seahawks Wr Rice Might Have Torn Labrum

    Fox Sports' Jay Glazer reported that wide receiver Sidney Rice has a torn labrum and is trying to delay surgery so he can play this year. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll didn't deny that report, but he said the injury isn't the same as tight end John Carlson's shoulder problem that landed him on injured reserve.

  • Favres Top Target Out Half the Season

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - Brett Favres job just got a whole lot tougher. Favre and the Minnesota Vikings will play the first half of the season or more without Pro Bowl receiver Sidney Rice, who had hip surgery this week. Coach Brad Childress said Tuesday that Rice had the procedure in Vail, Colo., on Monday night. He couldnt give a specific timetable for Rices return, but said typically it...

  • Vikes, Favre Escape with Win

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Brett Favre's 58-yard completion to Sidney Rice set up Ryan Longwell's fourth field goal, and Baltimore's Steve Hauschka missed a 44-yard field goal as time expired, allowing Minnesota to remain undefeated. Favre threw for 278 yards and three touchdowns, but the Vikings (6-0) nearly blew this one when they let the Ravens erase a 17- point deficit with 10 minutes to play.

  • Nfl - Week 6: ; Favre, Vikings Improve to 6-0; Bengals Beaten; Steelers Win; Brady Throws Five Td Passes in One Quarter As Patriots Romp 59-0

    MINNEAPOLIS - Brett Favre's 58-yard completion to Sidney Rice set up Ryan Longwell's fourth field goal, and Baltimore's Steve Hauschka missed a 44-yard field goal at the final whistle, allowing the Minnesota Vikings to remain undefeated with a 33-31 victory on Sunday. Favre threw for 278 yards and three touchdowns, but the Vikings (6-0) nearly blew this one when they let the Ravens erase a 17-...

  • Vikings' Rice has Hip Surgery, Out at Least 8 Weeks

    MINNEAPOLIS | The Minnesota Vikings said receiver Sidney Rice has had hip surgery, a procedure that could keep the Pro Bowler out for the first half of the season or more. Coach Brad Childress said Tuesday that Rice had the procedure in Vail, Colo., on Monday night. He couldn't give a specific timetable for Rice's return, but said typically it takes about eight weeks before a player can even get...

  • Learning Curve Nearly Complete

    As we enter Week 4 of the NFL season, the learning curve is nearly complete as the contenders and pretenders of 2010 emerge. While there are still some unanswered questions (How will Ben Roethlisberger's return affect Pittsburgh? Will Brett Favre's fortunes really improve when receiver Sidney Rice returns from hip surgery?), a few teams have lived up to the preseason promise of improved...

  • Favre Cooking with Rice

    MINNEAPOLIS - Even when Sidney Rice is tightly covered, Brett Favre isn't afraid to fire a pass downfield. Favre's new favorite receiver just keeps fighting through the contact and coming up with the ball, perhaps finally making Minnesota fans forget Randy Moss.

  • Steelers Ease Past Browns; 6-0 Vikings Loom Large On the Horizon

    Once again the Steelers played to their competition with another poorly played second half, especially in the fourth quarter, scoring 3 points. But at least the defense and special teams played well in the fourth quarter shutting out the Browns to head off a Cleveland comeback. Ben Roethlisberger had another outstanding game going 23 of 35 for 417 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 1 interception, with...

  • Rice, Griffin to Open On Pup List

    MANKATO, Minn. - Minnesota Vikings receiver Sidney Rice and cornerback Cedric Griffin are starting training camp on the physically unable to perform list. Rice has a lingering hip injury that first surfaced during the playoffs last January. He participated in some offseason practices, but coach Brad Childress says the injury continues to bother him, so he will be out until it starts to feel...

  • Packers Notes; Coaches Still in Bush's Corner; Kind Words for Nickel Back After Rough Outing

    Green Bay - Despite two straight games in which opponents have worked him over a bit, Jarrett Bush will remain the Green Bay Packers' nickel back. Defensive coordinator Bob Sanders said he had no intention of pulling Bush in favor of Will Blackmon, Frank Walker or Tramon Williams even though Bush has given up touchdowns in consecutive games and had difficulty covering Minnesota Vikings wide...

  • Can't Bear to Watch

    MINNEAPOLIS - As great as Brett Favre was Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings quarterback was pretty sure he wasn't good enough. So sure that the Vikings were headed to their first defeat of the season, Favre couldn't even bear to watch as Baltimore kicker Steve Hauschka lined up for a 44-yard field goal with 2 seconds to play. Yet thanks to Favre, receiver Sidney Rice and a whole lot of luck, the...

  • Around the League

    Vikings at Packers, noon The rundown: Minnesota, behind rookie RB Adrian Peterson, leads NFL in rushing with 183.1 yards per game. Peterson rushed for NFL- record 296 yards last week. Peterson, who has 1,036 yards, is first rookie to top 200 yards twice in same year. Peterson had 112 yards on just 12 carries against Packers last time. ... WR Sidney Rice is tied for lead among rookies with 10...

  • Reggie Mckenzie Foundation Kicks Off 35th Annual All-Pro Football Clinic

    For the third year, Henry Ford Health System (HFHS), Division of Sports Medicine will be on hand to provide warm-up and stretching exercises conducted by Certified Athletic Trainers. In addition, HFHS will have discussions on diet and nutrition, steroid use, and strength and conditioning while distributing information materials about the health services provided by HFHS. Scheduled to appear are...

  • Giants Tangle with Old Friend

    EAST RUTHERFORD Tom Coughlin wanted to impress upon his Giants the tendency of Sunday's opponent, the Vikings, to run trick plays. So he showed the entire team the clip of Minnesota's opening play last week against Oakland. Rookie wide receiver Sidney Rice started out on what looked to be an end-around, but pulled up and threw a pass to a familiar figure.