Rice could play through labrum injury

Former Vikings wide receiver Sidney Rice has yet to play in a game with the Seattle Seahawks. Last week it was reported that Rice could miss the season with a torn labrum. The latest news however suggests Rice might be able to play this week.
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Former Vikings wide receiver Sidney Rice has yet to play in a game with the Seattle Seahawks. Last week it was reported that Rice could miss the season with a torn labrum. The latest news however suggests Rice might be able to play this week.

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