The time has come. And Brett Favre will be sitting on my bench.
Posts Tagged ‘Sidney Rice’
Posted: Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adrian Jones, Adrian Tracy, Al Harris, Andy Tanner, Atari Bigby, Bill Noethlich, Bobby Sewall, Brandon Renkart, Brett Lockett, Cecil Newton, Chris Scott, D'Anthony Smith, Darren Mougey, Darry Beckwith, Darryl Richard, David Pittman, Derrick Ward, Donald Butler, Dwayne Wright, Edwin Williams, Gary Banks, Gerard Lawson, Glenn Pakulak, Hall Davis, J Leman, Jack Williams, James Dearth, James Starks, Jim Sorgi, John Bowie, John Estes, John Malecki, John Phillips, Jon Alston, Josh Barrett, Josh Gordy, Julius Williams, Kareem Brown, Kevin Boothe, Kevin O'Connell, Lance Long, Lee Grimes, Leigh Bodden, Lendy Holmes, Malcolm Kelly, Marcus Mason, Marko Mitchell, Matt Giordano, Mike Rivera, Nate Garner, Nehemiah Broughton, Nyan Boateng, O'Brien Schofield, Patrick Watkins, Pete Ittersagen, Phillip Merling, Ricky Schmitt, Roren Thomas, Sean Canfield, Sidney Rice, Sinorice Moss, Stephen Hodge, Taurus Johnson, Terrence Johnson, Terrence Nunn, Thomas Johnson, Titus Adams, Tyler Polumbus, Will Ta'ufo'ou
The cutdown deadline for NFL teams to reduce their rosters to 75 players passed at 4 p.m. EST, and was surrounded by a flurry of activity.
No Sidney Rice. Teams taking liberties with his health. And now Brett Favre has fumbled and is seen shaking his hand. The overreaction here is that Favre is regretting coming back and he is going going to be the player that he was last year.
Many have wondered if Brett Favre would have returned this season had he known that his go-to receiver would need surgery. Favre faced that question on Wednesday.
The timing of the decision by Sidney Rice to undergo surgery on his ailing hip raised eyebrows for some, brought about conspiracy theories for others. The exact nature of Rice’s injury still hasn’t been revealed, but the fact remains he’s likely to miss at least eight weeks of the season after having surgery on Monday night. The suddenly short-handed Vikings responded in quick fashion by signing free agent Javon Walker, looking into a deal for Chargers holdout Vincent Jackson and trading for Greg Camarillo. On Wednesday, Rice posted a blog on his personal site explaining the timeline of his injury, including a previously unknown detail: A recent MRI exam by doctors revealed “significant changes” in his hip that his doctor felt […]
The Vikings continued their emergency measures at wide receiver on Wednesday when they acquired veteran Greg Camarillo from the Miami Dolphins.
Posted: Tuesday, August 24th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adrian Peterson, Bernard Berrian, Brad Childress, Brett Favre, Brian Baldinger, Frank Tadych, Greg Lewis, Javon Walker, Joe Webb, Minnesota Vikings, Percy Harvin, Sidney Rice, Visanthe Shiancoe
The Vikings are now faced with the question of how to overcome the loss of Sidney Rice.
Before we get into the news about Sidney Rice‘s pending surgery, let’s review one of the most basic of fantasy commandments that I hold dear — do not have your fantasy draft until September. Or at least after the third preseason game.
The fact the Vikings are reportedly on the verge of signing Javon Walker might show their level of concern with their receiving corps.
Posted: Saturday, August 21st, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Bernard Berrian, Brett Favre, Brian Westbrook, frank gore, Michael Crabtree, Minnesota Vikings, Percy Harvin, San Francisco 49ers, Sidney Rice, Vernon Davis, Visanthe Shiancoe
QB Brett Favre has returned to the Vikings. Not that anybody is surprised. Honestly, who did not see this coming? We will all get a chance to see Favre this week when the Vikings take on the 49ers.
The Vikings have their quarterback, but who is going to play receiver?
Whether you love him or hate him, Brett Favre’s return to the NFL is great for fantasy football.
Thanks to Brett Favre, the absence of WR Sidney Rice from Vikings’ practices has been pretty much overlooked through the first couple weeks of training camp.
If Brett Favre does in fact decide to retire, the fantasy implications would be enormous.
Posted: Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Adrian Peterson, Brett Favre, Chris Cook, Gil Brandt, Minnesota Vikings, Percy Harvin, Sidney Rice, Tarvaris Jackson, Toby Gerhart, Visanthe Shiancoe
What do the Vikings do now?
Brett Favre‘s return to Minnesota seemed like a foregone conclusion. If you thought that Favre was going to retire, you were in the vast minority.