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Seahawks Player Q&A: Former Wide Receiver Sidney Rice

Get to know and catch up with former Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice. 


Q: What are you up to now?

A: "I own a few restaurants, six Wingstops within the Greater Seattle area and a Drip City Coffee in downtown Seattle. I also work with real estate and technology."

Q: Are you currently working with any charitable organizations

A: "Yes, I'm actually on the board of former Seahawks tight end Copper Helfet's non-profit organization called 'The Nature Project". He started this project trying to encourage kids to get outside more and explore the outdoors instead of sitting in the house."

Q: What is your favorite part about retirement?

A: "Making my own schedule."

Q: What was the most memorable game that you played in for the Seahawks?

A: "It has to be the Patriots game in 2012 when I caught the game-winning 46-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson."


Q: Who was your favorite Seahawks teammate?

A: "Marshawn Lynch."

Q: What is your favorite sports memory as a fan?

A: "The Seahawks game in 2014 when we got the onside kick against Green Bay to go the Super Bowl."

Q: What were your favorite teams growing up?

A: "The Los Angeles Lakers, the Duke Blue Devils, and obviously South Carolina (Gamecocks) football."

Q: What is your most prized possession?

A: "Life."

Q: What is your favorite meal?

A: "Kale, quinoa, avocado and mushrooms."

Q: What is your favorite Seattle restaurant?

A: "The Lakehouse."

Q: What is the number one thing on your bucket list?

A: "I have a couple of more things to complete for the seven wonders of the world, I think I've been to five total – Niagara Falls, The Great Wall of China, Pyramids of Giza, to name a few."

Q: What is your favorite vacation spot?

A: "Thailand."

Q: Who was the biggest influence on your life?

A: "My mother."

Q: What was your first job growing up?

A: "I worked at McDonalds."

Q: What is your favorite movie?

A: "Dumb and Dumber"