Monday, September 05, 2005

Rice Retires

WR legend Jerry Rice has officially annouced his retirement from football after 20 years in the league. Instead of being a 4th or 5th string reciever, Rice decided enough was enough....long hail Jerry


Blogger Steve said...

Thank God - I am so glad that Jerry is not on this Denver Broncos team...he really just takes up a roster spot and now that he is gone, perhaps we can suit up someone who is going to contribute something to this team, not just a story at the end of the season when he would have retired.

Nothing against Rice, obviously he is the best receiver in the leagues history, but as I said before, more specifically on May 25th when we posted the Rice subject, "Rice should just retire." I'm glad he chose this route...I look forward to hearing his speech @ Canton

1:28 PM  
Blogger kevinck04 said...

If he would've played or not I still think the recievers still got something that is priceless. Getting advice from the best ever.
I'm just glad I got to see him play is last game at mile high when he was with the 49ers and the love the Denver fans showed him.

7:05 PM  
Blogger RED said...

I'm glad Rice retired finally. He was going to be no help to the Broncos this season and his body language showed that he had a bad attitude I believe. As for him being the GOAT well I guess I can't deny that but man he was very lucky to be sorrounded by such great players like Montana, Craig,Young, Lott and many more, not to mention some of the greatest coaches of all time. Rice will never get the credit he deserves though.

8:56 AM  
Blogger quest4facts said...

Jerry worked harder than any receiver before him, he was always trying to get better and improve his knowledge. With that said I think he is the G.O.A.T. I am glad that he did not stay on the team but I wish the Denver coaching staff would have kept him around for the season to mentor and mold some of the new WR's we have, especially Watts and Lelie. I am glad Jerry had been on this team but i'll be happier to see him in the Hall.

10:06 AM  
Anonymous JohnnySox said...

I believe that jerry Rice's greatness will increase as time passes. When young fans who did not see Rice play look at the record books they will be astounded at his numbers, 197 TD's, 23,000 yards ! That is like Nolan Ryans career strikeout record, good luck trying to break this record!

10:27 AM  
Anonymous The Genius said...

Rice is not that goood actually, the guy is just a benifit of the system and the only reason he holds records is because he played longer then he should have. of course nobody will break his records. A player in now a days time does not need to work for 20 years when they can make as much as Rice did in 1/2 the career. Rice has been know to never be a team player. Rice is Crap

12:27 PM  
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