Updates & News
Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice is retiring, per league source.
Between knee problems and concussion concerns it's time to say goodbye to Sidney. He's calling it a career. His best season came in 2009 when he was with the Vikings and he and Brett Favre connected for 83 receptions, 1,312 yards, and eight touchdowns. Since then, he's been a mess with injuries and has missed almost as many games as he started. Be well, Sidney. Vaya con dios, amigo.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Antonio Smith may sit out practice this week.
Smith is the subject of a child abuse investigation in Texas. The case has been dragging on for some time now, with the DA sifting through the report from the Fort Bend County Sheriff since February. Even if the case is ultimately dropped by the prosecutor, Smith could still face discipline from the league as part of its effort to improve its public image, as part of the personal conduct policy under the CBA between the players union and the league. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson
Avisail Garcia left Monday's game with a knee injury.
Garcia left after less than two innings of action on Monday. He was coming off a knee issue that held him out two games before playing again on Sunday, where he went 1-for-2 with a strikeout. A problem significant to force him from the game, occurring with the same body part that sidelined him last week is of concern, so stay tuned for an update on his situation. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson