Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice missed Wednesday's practice with an apparent knee injury, according to Rotoworld.com.
The knee, which has been a concern since Rice's rookie year in Minnesota, isn't known to be a significant ailment. The 6'4 former South Carolina Gamecock had a strong performance in Week 1 against the Arizona Cardinals, totaling four catches for 36 yards and a touchdown.
Rice will be an important component to the development of rookie quarterback Russell Wilson, giving him a big, veteran target downfield. He's battled through a litany of injuries recently, including shoulder surgeries and multiple concussions. He was given a clean bill of health heading into Week 1 and did not appear to suffer any injury during the game against the Cardinals.
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