Shoulder injury puts Sidney Rice's Seahawks debut in doubt

He's yet to play for the Seattle Seahawks this season after tearing a muscle in his shoulder. FOX Sports reports the former Vikings receiver will likely be out for several weeks and is trying to postpone surgery in order to play.
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He's yet to play for the Seattle Seahawks this season after tearing a muscle in his shoulder. FOX Sports reports the former Vikings receiver will likely be out for several weeks and is trying to postpone surgery in order to play.

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