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Sat, 06 Feb 2010 17:08:40 -0800
The NFL has announced former NFL RB Emmitt Smith, WR Jerry Rice, OL Russ Grimm, LB Rickey Jackson, DL John Randle, RB Floyd Little and DB Dick LeBeau have been named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2010.
Wed, 23 Dec 2009 09:02:54 -0800
CBSSports.com reports with seven catches in Week 16, Denver Broncos WR Brandon Marshall will become the fifth player in NFL history with three straight 100-catch seasons. He would join WRs Herman Moore, Jerry Rice, Marvin Harrison and Wes Welker.
Mon, 29 Dec 2008 11:30:15 -0800
Mike Duffy, of BaltimoreRavens.com, reports Baltimore Ravens WR Derrick Mason surpassed 10,000 receiving yards in his career during the team's Week 17 game. "It feels great. Not too many people get to 10,000 yards, not even many greats. You put yourself in an elite class when you eclipse 10,000 yards. [Former NFL WR Jerry Rice], [Indianapolis Colts Marvin Harrison], [former NFL Cris Carter], people like that. You put yourself in a class that not too many are in right now," Mason said.
Mon, 31 Mar 2008 09:44:45 -0700
Chris Brown, of BuffaloBills.com, reports University of California-Berkeley WR DeSean Jackson worked out with former NFL WR Jerry Rice in Florida for a 10-day training period. "I was very appreciative for him to come all the way out to Florida and put down everything he was doing and give me some key pointers," Jackson said.
Sun, 10 Dec 2006 13:09:38 -0800
The Associated Press reports Indianapolis Colts WR Marvin Harrison became the fourth player in league history to record 1,000 career receptions after catching a 13-yard pass from QB Peyton Manning during Week 14. Harrison joins former NFL WRs Jerry Rice, Tim Brown and Cris Carter for the prestigious distinction.
Fri, 08 Dec 2006 08:36:18 -0800
John Oehser, of Colts.com, reports Indianapolis Colts WR Marvin Harrison can become only the fourth player in National Football League history to surpass 1,000 receptions in his career, joining Jerry Rice, Cris Carter and Tim Brown. Harrison needs five receptions to reach the mark.
Thu, 24 Aug 2006 23:26:15 -0700
Chrissy Mauck, of SF49ers.com, reports WR Jerry Rice signed a ceremonial contract with the San Francisco 49ers Thursday, Aug. 24. The dollar figure on the contract was $1,985,806.49, an amount that honors his history with the organization. He will retire with the team that drafted him in 1985 as a No. 1 draft pick.
Sat, 19 Aug 2006 15:37:52 -0700
The Associated Press reports retired WR Jerry Rice will retire as a member of the San Francisco 49ers next week. He will sign a contract Thursday, Aug. 24, at the 49ers' training complex before making his retirement official, the club officially announced Saturday, Aug. 19. He will be honored again during halftime of the 49ers' game against the Seattle Seahawks Nov. 19.
Sun, 30 Jul 2006 14:08:21 -0700
Nancy Gay, of the San Francisco Chronicle, reports former NFL WR Jerry Rice, who recently debuted as a co-host on Sirius satellite radio's "Afternoon Blitz" show, thinks New England Patriots WR Deion Branch should end his holdout and report to the team's training camp. "Why are you going to hold out,'' Rice asked. "You are still under contract. It makes no sense. I did that once and I felt stupid. I really felt stupid because you are sitting on the outside looking in.''
Mon, 17 Jul 2006 06:04:14 -0700
Dennis Georgatos, of the Mercury News, reports WR Jerry Rice wants to return to the San Francisco 49ers for a retirement ceremony, but details of the tribute are still being worked out with 49ers owner John York. If Rice signs a ceremonial one-day contract this year, it will have to be soon. Teams can afford a ceremonial spot on the bigger training-camp rosters, but not on the 53-man squad of the regular season. The 49ers are working on a fitting tribute, team spokesman Aaron Salkin said. "No details have been finalized, but there's no doubt the team wants him to retire as a 49er," Salkin said. "Not only the team but the fans."
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