Rice ready to shine
Rookie wide receiver Sidney Rice just turned 21 last Saturday, making him the youngest player on the Vikings roster. Despite his youth, Rice has a lot of upside potential.
“He's a tough nut, and he's just going to get better and better,” coach Brad Childress said in this AP story. “When he grows up, he has a chance to be a good player.”
Childress acknowledged in his media briefing today that his conversation with Patriots coach Bill Belichick “should have stayed between Bill and myself.” His candor on that was very Tice-like and probably not typical for Childress.
Childress and others in the organization were downplaying any interest in former Jaguars safety and special teams ace Nick Sorenson today.
The Cincinnati Bengals signed center Kyle Cook, who was recently released by the Vikings, to their practice squad. Cook was an undrafted rookie free agent out of Michigan State.
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