Sidney Rice Injury: Seahawks WR Expected To Practice Friday

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice is expected to make his return to practice on Friday, according to a report for the Seattle Times' Danny O'Neil.

O'Neil reports that head coach Pete Carroll broke the news about Rice returning to practice during a radio interview with 97.3 KIRO FM earlier on Friday. Rice sat out of practice on both Wednesday and Thursday with a sore knee, causing some concern about his status for Seattle's matchup with the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday. Hopefully this will quell those worries about him playing this weekend.

Rice caught four passes for 36 yards during the Seahawks week one loss to the Arizona Cardinals, catching the lone touchdown of the day tossed by rookie Russell Wilson.

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