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Sidney RiceSeattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice has announced his retirement from the NFL after seven seasons. Rice’s announcement comes just two days before the Seahawks begin training camp. Though he is only 27 years old, Rice struggled during his career with several injuries and concussions, including an ACL injury that resulted in him missing half of the 2013 season.

“I have enjoyed my experiences with all of my coaches, teammates and passionate Seahawks fans,” said Rice in a statement released by the team. “I take pride in knowing I was one of the players signed to help build the foundation of the team that ultimately won the Super Bowl.”

The Seattle Seahawks organization also released a statement showing their appreciation for Rice’s contribution to the team and to the city of Seattle.

“The entire organization would like to thank Sidney for his leadership over the past three seasons,” Seattle general manager John Schneider said. “His time as a Seahawks player displayed displayed the core values that Pete and I aimed to bring the program.

Rice entered the NFL in 2007 as a 2nd round pick to he Minnesota Vikings after a standout career at the University of South Carolina. In 2011 Rice joined the Seahawks and played in 33 regular-season games with his best season coming in 2012 when he has 50 receptions and seven touchdowns and played in all 16 games.

As far as life after football, Rice recently invested in Wingstop franchises in the Puget Sound region and said he intends on establishing himself as a businessman.

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