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Sidney Rice to spark war between 4 NFL teams

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This is the time that everyone has been waiting for, former Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings Wide Receiver Sidney Rice has been cleared to return to football activities.

There was a lot of interest in Rice from four NFL franchises earlier in the off-season but everyone seemed eager to await his return to fitness.

Now, it seems that a bidding war between the World Champion Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants and Carolina Panthers could be set to begin.

GiveMeSport speculated which franchise would best suit Rice earlier in free agency but now all bets are off.

Reports claim that Rice's former side Seattle are in pole position to re-sign the injury plagued Receiver but many football experts may argue otherwise.

With a predominately rushing offense, Rice may opt to move to a more passing team such as the Saints.

Rice did have over 1,300 yards back in 2009 but since then his season high has been 748 with Seattle in 2012 and whoever signs him will surely be hoping for better.

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