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Sidney Rice: Seahawks wanted me, Vikings did not

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Sidney Rice says his decision to leave the Vikings for the Seahawks in free agency was made easier by the simple fact that he never thought the Vikings wanted him.

Rice says the Vikings told him during the 2010 season that they wanted him to return, but when it came time to offer a contract after the lockout ended, the Seahawks were the team that really made him feel like he was wanted.

“If you hear from them throughout the rest of the season telling you they are going to be in touch, are going to negotiate and it never happens, you’ve got to wonder – do they really want me there or not?” Rice told the Pioneer Press. “I just didn’t feel it. . . . It came down to Seattle showing me they wanted me to be a part of the program.”

Rice will see his old teammates when the Vikings play the Seahawks Saturday night, and he says there are no hard feelings.

“I leave there with fond memories,” Rice said. “I had a great time with the fans and my teammates.”

Even if Rice doesn’t feel great about not hearing from the front office on the way out.

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  1. kevinwi says: Aug 18, 2011 8:54 AM

    Good luck in the game Saturday Sid. Break a hip.

  2. jw731 says: Aug 18, 2011 8:57 AM

    If the Montreal Canadians had offered you more money to play freakin hockey, you’d have gone there…Enough with this make me feel wanted crap these NFL players are always up on a soap box about……It’s about MONEY, and nothing else……

  3. jenniferxxx says: Aug 18, 2011 8:58 AM

    Yeah yeah yeah … they just offered you more money.

  4. bdickey33 says: Aug 18, 2011 8:58 AM

    When you have Drew as an agent teams are going to have to be leary of making and early offer nad also put a lot of thought into the process. Have fun in Seattle Sidney! Best of luck to you.

  5. cdaws84 says: Aug 18, 2011 9:10 AM

    Im sure the vikings felt the same last year…when you decided to have last minute…near season ending surgery….I wish you nothing but the worst….

  6. wtfru2 says: Aug 18, 2011 9:11 AM

    “Cha Ching”

  7. vikesfan4life says: Aug 18, 2011 9:11 AM

    He waited until the last minute to get surgery and was out for the first 10 games of the year. Did he really expect the Vikings to negotiate with him and offer him a big time contract while he was hurt? Give me a break Sid. You had one good year and it took a future Hall of Famer to give you that one good year. Good riddance to you.

  8. rugdog100 says: Aug 18, 2011 9:16 AM

    Can’t blame the Vikings for not over-paying Rice like Seattle did. He’s had one healthy, productive year (2009)… that’s it. Plus, he never had any chemistry with Tarvaris Jackson – it was Favre he had chemistry with. Remember Pete, if you pull Jackson for Whitehurst at some point this season, you’ll be the one “jerking TJ around”… lol. Good luck Seattle fans.

  9. sterling7 says: Aug 18, 2011 9:25 AM

    sidney rice is full of crap. Who the hell baby sat him and vigorously helped him through his hip surgery and recovery? sidney just say Seattle offered you more money, but alas, the joke is on sidney-who in the hell is going to throw you the football? Tarvaris……hahahahahahahahahahahah. sidney just run one passing route and plant your butt out there all year to count your money. Lord knows that since the Seattle braintrust is so inept that they think Tarvaris and Darrell Bevell are worth picking up? Seattle will be looking for a new head coach after this year-so long sidney, we won’t be hearing from you!

  10. nickhoberg says: Aug 18, 2011 9:26 AM

    Seems odd that the Sea Chickens had rumors of agreeing to deals with Rice and Jump pass Jackson before the lockout even ended. Rice could have waited longer than 20 minutes before deciding the vikes didn’t want him. Just move on and quit pretending the vikes treated you wrong. Have fun with T-Jack this year and Luck next year.

  11. spawnsacs says: Aug 18, 2011 9:31 AM

    Like mice fleeing from a sinking ship…….

    He was the greatest when he was lighting up the scoreboard, and now when he leaves your pathetic franchise, Vikings fans cry it’s about the money, he sucked anyway..blah, blah, blah.

    Look at the bright side…Rice will only be a half day drive away from the Vikings when they move to LA.

  12. purplehayseuss says: Aug 18, 2011 9:33 AM

    And we all scream and shout and pay exorbitant money to take part in Rice’s mindset. WE authorize Sidney Rice to think like this. WE keep paying. WE have the choice, and WE keep shelling out.

  13. thejuddstir says: Aug 18, 2011 9:39 AM

    Don’t ya get sick and tired of these players who say “I didn’t feel wanted, they didn’t want me”, LOL.
    What Rice meant to say was “I didn’t fell the jingle from the Vikings”
    Give him one or two years in WR hell and he will be saying, ” I didn’t feel wanted in Seattle cuz they never threw me the ball and didn’t sign a top QB who could throw the ball”….just ask D. Branch or TJ Housh, they both chased the money to WR hell and found out it wasn’t all about the money.

  14. packerjer says: Aug 18, 2011 9:42 AM

    jenniferxxx says:
    Aug 18, 2011 8:58 AM
    Yeah yeah yeah … they just offered you more money.

    _________

    Which is how you show an athlete or any employee that they’re wanted.

    Money talks, and actions speak louder than words. If you work for a profitable company and they tell you how much they love you but never give you a raise, what message does that send?

    That said, I’m not sure the Vikings were wrong for not paying him. He had one big year playing with a future hall of fame QB who himself was playing way over his head. The next year he barely played. You can’t blame the Vikings for wanting to see more.

  15. bobnelsonjr says: Aug 18, 2011 9:44 AM

    The vikings made their choice. They kept Bernard Berrian instead of Rice.

    Since they are both Rosenhaus clients this is the best outcome for Rosenhaus.

    Perhaps Berrian can get his first 1000 yard receiving season; with McNabb, and rookie Ponder.

    The vikings made the right choice.

  16. thephantomstranger says: Aug 18, 2011 9:48 AM

    The Vikings wanted him, just at the right price. Sounds like no other team wanted him either because I never heard of another team making him an offer. The Vikings needed to save their money so they can sign Fitzy next year.

  17. glac1 says: Aug 18, 2011 9:59 AM

    these spoiled overpaid jocks amaze me…….. Keep your mouth shut. It wasn’t that the queenie’s didn’t want you… they just wouldn’t pay that much. Grow up!

  18. knew8411 says: Aug 18, 2011 10:15 AM

    No one likes a BS artist Sidney, just come out & say it….Money talks & B* walks. No one will fault you for being honest.

    Yeah well I am guessing that you feel the same after your “feeling unwanted” as the Vikings management, coaches, players, & FANS felt when you decided to wait until mid-way through training camp to fix a hip that shoulda been taken care of in Febuary. As a Viking fan I know how I felt. I was ready to dump your sorry backside when you pulled that crap!

    For the sake of Seahawks fans, I hope you not that injury prone flash in the pan that you seemingly were as a Viking.

    GOD Bless

  19. capslockkey says: Aug 18, 2011 10:17 AM

    Now I can’t stand the Vikings, but they made the right move by not giving a huge long term deal to a one-year wonder who still hasn’t rebounded from a major injury.

  20. blackfootkiller says: Aug 18, 2011 10:17 AM

    On March 1, 2008, Berrian signed a six-year, $42 million contract with the Minnesota Vikings that included $16 million in guaranteed money.

    Rice agreed to terms on a five year $43 million contract with the Seattle Seahawks. This contract guarantees Rice $18 million over its duration.

    Yeah, the Seahawks over paid for Rice…
    At least he can catch the ball.
    Berrian…Not so much.

  21. vahawker says: Aug 18, 2011 10:22 AM

    juddstir-Branch was TRADED to the Hawks, spent most of his time injured and by the time he got healthy, Ruskell had destroyed the O- Line and brought in a bunch of smurf WR(just like branch)so Hass has no time and no real #1 WR to take pressure off Branch(a #1WR he is not)

    TJ was brought in to be a #1 WR which he never was and never will be. He couldn’t cut it as the main guy because he isn’t good enough to be a #1.

    Hawks are doing it right…build the O-line THEN get the QB of the future to play behind it.

    IF Tim Ruskell didn’t suck so incredubly hard, they wouldn’t be in this position…thanks Timmy you incompetent boob!

  22. swede700 says: Aug 18, 2011 10:25 AM

    Ummm Sidney….did you forget that there was a lockout and that they couldn’t contact you during most of the offseason? Knock off the BS.

  23. ninjapleazee says: Aug 18, 2011 10:31 AM

    tired of these players crying about not being wanted when it’s all about the MONEY.

    Rice crying how Vikings didn’t want him.. please.. same crap as Olin Kruetz the “diehard” CHICAGO Bears… scoffed when offered a nice contract for aging center.. wanted more money… well guess what.. Bears didn’t blink and he ended up with the Saints for less money then the Bears offered him…

    Greedy ass idiots need to stop crying about not being “wanted”

  24. sevensixtwonato says: Aug 18, 2011 10:35 AM

    spawnsacs says:
    Aug 18, 2011 9:31 AM
    Like mice fleeing from a sinking ship…….

    ————————————————

    Hey short bus the saying is “like RATS fleeing from a sinking ship”.

    If you are going to insult someone….at least get the saying correct.

  25. bmcgrath2 says: Aug 18, 2011 10:54 AM

    spawnsacs says:

    Like mice fleeing from a sinking ship…….

    He was the greatest when he was lighting up the scoreboard, and now when he leaves your pathetic franchise, Vikings fans cry it’s about the money, he sucked anyway..blah, blah, blah.

    Look at the bright side…Rice will only be a half day drive away from the Vikings when they move to LA.

    —————————————————-

    The Vikings are moving to LA????? No way…..

    By the way, if you think Seattle is a half day’s drive from Los Angeles, I highly suggest spending your time on the internet towards something more educational.

    Check out this website, its a real eye opener.

    http://maps.google.com/

  26. orangeflh says: Aug 18, 2011 10:56 AM

    I look for Rice to have a huge year, further demonstrating the total ineptitude of the Vikings.

    The Vikings are the George Costanzas of the NFL; to have any chance at success they should do the exact opposite of what their instincts tell them to do.

    Skol Failure!

  27. granadafan says: Aug 18, 2011 11:06 AM

    Not a Seagull or Vikes fan, but it sounds simply as if Cheaty Petey overpaid to get a receiver. The Vikes offered him a contract consistent with the lousy production Sidney produced and he obviously thought he was better. What is this “Show me the love” crap? It’s called business.

  28. ruvelligwebuike says: Aug 18, 2011 11:12 AM

    We all know the Vikings are a complete joke of an organization, but they got this one right.

    Hard to admit, but the Frazier regime seems to want to hold players accountable, and takes character into consideration. After Rice’s hip surgery stunt last year, it showed what kind of guy he is. Props to the Vikings organization for letting him walk.

  29. phillyj112 says: Aug 18, 2011 11:14 AM

    Go cry me a river cindy rice…..you were the biggest baby while in MN. Brett was the only guy that liked you and made you look like a 8 million dollar receiver. BTW enjoy bunking up with T Jack.

  30. fwippel says: Aug 18, 2011 11:17 AM

    Why not just say “the Seahawks offered me more money”?

    With all due respect to Rice, who I think is going to have a very good career, he’s only had one good year out of four so far.

    He has great potential but the guy can’t seem to stay on the field. For his sake, I hope that changes, but I won’t be surprised if he ends up hurt again this year. To make matters worse, he’s on a team where Tarvaris Jackson is the starter. Jackson couldn’t find Rice to save his life in Minnesota, and my guess is he’ll have the same trouble in Seattle.

    For all the money spent by the ‘hawks this offseason, I still don’t think they’ll finish better than they did last year.

  31. mediasloppy says: Aug 18, 2011 11:23 AM

    The Vikings don’t have the cap space as it is and next year it’s AP and Greenway that’ll gobble up whatever cap space is left. The Vikings aren’t cheap or stingy, just facing reality…

  32. The Prophet says: Aug 18, 2011 11:24 AM

    No s*** they didn’t want you Sidney. AFter how you screwed the Vikings in 2010 I wouldn’t want you either. You were hurt and offended because they didn’t offer you a giant contract 2 years before your current one ended. You were completely out of line and your career in Seattle will be filled with injuries and disappointment, but at least you got your money now …

  33. hosslaxx says: Aug 18, 2011 11:38 AM

    Yea rice didnt deserve the monster contract since he had only one good season, but the people who get mad that he took more money to leave are seriously dilusional and jealous,be real people if u were workin for someone makin four mil a yr and its contract time and ur same place offers u six to stay but someone else offered u 11 mil would u really considering staying???? All of u people are the same hipocrits who dont leave a waiter a ten percent tip cause u dont wanna lose more money…in a nutshell Everything!!! Is about money in this world and history and peoples actions prove it,even us average joes…so sidney u didnt deaerve it but id of done the same thing,GET PAID while u can,the rest of u hipocrits learn to tip better!!

  34. theytukrjobs says: Aug 18, 2011 11:50 AM

    Vikes just didn’t have the cap space for an injury prone WR. I think he also irritated folks when he came to camp requiring surgery that could have been handled in the offseason.

  35. ikickgypsies says: Aug 18, 2011 11:55 AM

    It’s true about his injuries and leaving his surgery till just before the season but let’s be real, he’s a huge talent. 6’4″ and can jump out of the building, he’s one of these guys you can really almost just throw it up for grabs and know he’ll come down with it. If he can stay healthy and the hawks get a real qb, they bought a pro bowl wr.

  36. trollhammer20 says: Aug 18, 2011 12:57 PM

    vahawker called it

    Branch was actually a productive player for the Seahawks when he was healthy, which wasn’t very often.

    Housh was grotesquely overpaid for a guy already in his 30s who will never be more than a #2 wideout. A lot of ‘Hawk fans were scratching their heads after that one.

    There’s a reason Tim “Timmay” Ruskell was fired later that year. The complete and utter deterioration of the offensive line, sacrificing of valuable draft picks to move up a few slots, and overpaying for “talent” like Houshmanzadeh were among the reasons.

    Lots of good QBs available in the draft next year, and if Jackson or Whitehurst don’t pan out, Seattle will likely have a very high pick with which to land one of them.

  37. jokendave says: Aug 18, 2011 1:07 PM

    Vikings did the right thing for the team, And that is more than what you did, Rice. I would have not overpaid for you either. You didn’t prove anything last year except how you can screw over a team at the last minute. Not taking care of surgery when needed. So the Vikings didn’t know if the injury was fixed or left to long. And you sure didn’t show a hundred percent when you went back in. No, If you would have shown a little more loyalty instead of working it so you couldn’t get hurt before your next contract, They probably would have gone farther. No smart team would take a chance on what you have shown in 2010. Blame the Vikings, I THINK NOT!!!

  38. ottoriff says: Aug 18, 2011 2:03 PM

    vikingsfan4life hit it right on the head. I’m from Minnesota and pay real close attention to NFL news and stories and support my home team. We didn’t hear a thing about Rice having a hip issue until right before it was time to have surgery. He and his scumbag agent pulled that crap on the vikes on purpose. And I’m not gonna blame Rice and say that since he wasn’t on the field was the reason for a poor season there were a lot of issues. Since the Seahawks were willing to overpay for a receiver who had a good season with a soon to be hall of famer that’s their call but did they check out his season while Jackson was under center? Mediocre at best. Signing with the Seahawks wasn’t because of being on a better team it was about money because even the vikes QB situation right now is still better than the Seahawks’ QB roster.

  39. thephantomstranger says: Aug 18, 2011 2:05 PM

    ruvelligwebuike says:
    Aug 18, 2011 11:12 AM
    We all know the Vikings are a complete joke of an organization, but they got this one right.

    Hard to admit, but the Frazier regime seems to want to hold players accountable, and takes character into consideration. After Rice’s hip surgery stunt last year, it showed what kind of guy he is. Props to the Vikings organization for letting him walk.
    __________________

    If the Vikings are a complete joke of an organization, why did you devote a paragraph to explaining why they are not a complete joke of an organization? I’m just asking for a little consistency.

  40. davidkc53 says: Aug 18, 2011 2:19 PM

    He wants to play with a loosing team so that it makes him look better. Minnesota’s other receivers were too much competition for him to shine.

  41. ruvelligwebuike says: Aug 18, 2011 2:31 PM

    “If the Vikings are a complete joke of an organization, why did you devote a paragraph to explaining why they are not a complete joke of an organization? I’m just asking for a little consistency.”
    —————————–

    I was pointing out that Frazier seems to be a little different than Childress/Tice/Denny in that he expects a certain level of professionalism. It was a compliment.

    As far as them being a joke of an organization, I mean come on, do we even need to get into that?

  42. jebdamone says: Aug 18, 2011 2:34 PM

    two words: drew rosenhaus

  43. ejmat2 says: Aug 18, 2011 3:49 PM

    That has to be the stupidest answer Sidney. First of all, the Vikings weren’t allowed to contact you due to the lockout. 2nd, you know they had a salary cap issue. So it wasn’t that they didn’t want you. It was more of they couldn’t afford your asking price. They certainly weren’t going to pay you what Seattle did even if they had the cap space. You were highly overpaid.

    I’m not saying Rice is bad at all but $41M for a player that had one good season out of 4, really??? I’m glad Seattle overpaid Sidney and TJack. Whereas the Vikings were able to land McNabb for just $1M more than TJack. Who would you pick?

    Well, Sidney enjoy your time in Seattle. The fact is until they get a QB to get you the ball your stats will continue to decline and people will look at you as a 1 year wonder. It’s ashame because I think you’re more talented than that.

  44. thephantomstranger says: Aug 18, 2011 3:53 PM

    ruvelligwebuike says:
    Aug 18, 2011 2:31 PM
    “If the Vikings are a complete joke of an organization, why did you devote a paragraph to explaining why they are not a complete joke of an organization? I’m just asking for a little consistency.”
    —————————–

    I was pointing out that Frazier seems to be a little different than Childress/Tice/Denny in that he expects a certain level of professionalism. It was a compliment.

    As far as them being a joke of an organization, I mean come on, do we even need to get into that?
    ___________

    Just trying to figure it out because it’s confusing to me. I know that Childress, Tice, and Denny were buffoons as coaches and there are certain isolated incidents you can point to that don’t put the organization in a good light, but there have certainly been enough positive incidents that the “complete joke of an organization” label doesn’t seem to fit. I don’t see how you could find anything to compliment about a complete joke of an organization. So it’s a paradox.

  45. ejmat2 says: Aug 18, 2011 3:59 PM

    orangeflh says:
    Aug 18, 2011 10:56 AM
    I look for Rice to have a huge year, further demonstrating the total ineptitude of the Vikings.
    ——————————————
    Thanks for the laugh. He’s going to have a huge year, huh? With TJack throwing to him? That has to be one of the funniest jokes I’ve heard in a long time. Just so you know TJack hasn’t thrown for more than 246 yards in a game. In fact, he’s only reached the 200 mark less than a handful of times.

    So unless at least half his passing yards go to Rice I don’t see him having a “huge” year.

  46. stavreafavre says: Aug 18, 2011 4:02 PM

    Vike posters taking a little time out from saying “Packer fans always say their guys are great while they’re there, but after the guy leaves they say he was never any good.” Skoal Pots!

  47. brewdogg says: Aug 18, 2011 10:42 PM

    hosslaxx says:
    Aug 18, 2011 11:38 AM
    Yea rice didnt deserve the monster contract since he had only one good season, but the people who get mad that he took more money to leave are seriously dilusional and jealous,be real people if u were workin for someone makin four mil a yr and its contract time and ur same place offers u six to stay but someone else offered u 11 mil would u really considering staying???? All of u people are the same hipocrits who dont leave a waiter a ten percent tip cause u dont wanna lose more money…in a nutshell Everything!!! Is about money in this world and history and peoples actions prove it,even us average joes…so sidney u didnt deaerve it but id of done the same thing,GET PAID while u can,the rest of u hipocrits learn to tip better!!
    —————————————

    Okay, where do I start…..

    Look, dude, just like reality says that you take money over loyalty, reality also says that somebody who writes or talks like an idiot will be considered an idiot. Don’t worry, we understood what you said, but even the ones who agree with you still think you’re an idiot because of the way that you wrote it. People who post the way you just did will not be taken as seriously as those who write properly. Do you need an example? Look at the difference between these two sentences…

    I helped my Uncle Jack off a horse.
    i helped my uncle jack off a horse

    Maybe you’re lazy, maybe you just don’t care, or maybe you have no concept of correct sentence structure, but regardless, you appear to be severely undereducated, and therefore your opinion will carry little weight with most people.

  48. thephantomstranger says: Aug 18, 2011 11:23 PM

    bobnelsonjr says:
    Aug 18, 2011 9:44 AM
    The vikings made their choice. They kept Bernard Berrian instead of Rice.

    Since they are both Rosenhaus clients this is the best outcome for Rosenhaus.

    Perhaps Berrian can get his first 1000 yard receiving season; with McNabb, and rookie Ponder.

    The vikings made the right choice.
    ___________

    Who are you and what have you done with the real bobnelsonjr?

  49. chefbane says: Aug 19, 2011 12:27 AM

    lol this was so about the money , rice is greedy with his money , here in minnesota, him, harvin, and Jackson came to the drink ordered a bunch of food and crap when the kitchen was closed got waited on hand and foot and the only one that tipped out of them 3 was harvin. says alot about his character.

  50. jewseverywhere says: Aug 19, 2011 4:23 AM

    Rice left you clowns.

  51. ejmat2 says: Aug 19, 2011 7:03 AM

    stavreafavre says:
    Aug 18, 2011 4:02 PM
    Vike posters taking a little time out from saying “Packer fans always say their guys are great while they’re there, but after the guy leaves they say he was never any good.” Skoal Pots!
    ———————————–
    You want to show me where one person said Rice isn’t good? That’s not the case. We are saying he was overpaid for someone that had one good season. I can understand if there weren’t many WRs to choose from but this year had plenty of WR talent.

    The difference is you guys bash Favre after he was the guy that brought your team from terrible to a playoff contender year after year. Did Rice do that for the Vikings? Nope! So your comparison is like comparing a golf ball to a basketball where the only similarity is the fact they are both round.

  52. ejmat2 says: Aug 19, 2011 7:04 AM

    jewseverywhere says:
    Aug 19, 2011 4:23 AM
    Rice left you clowns
    ———————————
    Great input and observation! NOT!

  53. mjscalise says: Aug 19, 2011 10:33 AM

    BLAH BLAH BLAH

  54. stellarperformance says: Aug 19, 2011 10:56 AM

    ejmat2 says:
    Aug 19, 2011 7:03 AM
    ……you guys bash Favre after he was the guy that brought your team from terrible to a playoff contender year after year.
    ———————————————-

    No, we bash Favre for his self-centered egomaniacal behavior while he orchestrated his own exit out of Green Bay. And Ron Wolf brought the team back to life, not Favre. There was a string of NFL starters (too numerous to list) that came through Green Bay during the reign of SpongeFavre NoPants, and went on to very good careers elsewhere. Any one of them could have directed the Wolf-built team, but we’ll never know. Yes, Favre was good and we appreciate him, but he’s the reason he’ll never get a 25’0″ tall bronze statue next to Vince and Curly, not us, and not the Packers.

  55. lnfinite says: Aug 20, 2011 2:29 AM

    Rice shined under Favre and will flounder with T jack yet again no matter the color of jersey.

  56. gdeli says: Aug 20, 2011 10:08 AM

    It would have been nice if you would have had the hip surgery in the offseason like other nfl players do rather than waiting til the 2nd or 3rd week of training camp to decide to have surgery. Boy did that already f up our lineup. Bye bye sid and you took the $ plain and simple. You have millions of reasons to wish us well now. jerk. You and t-jack? haha

  57. The Doctor says: Aug 20, 2011 10:31 PM

    The Vikings cut Sidney because they only want men on the team.

  58. ridle9 says: Aug 21, 2011 10:33 AM

    We did not want you Sydney because you have had only ONE good season…you act like you are the second coming of the last RICE to play your position with success. You are SYDNEY not JERRY.

  59. randomjim says: Aug 21, 2011 1:18 PM

    hosslaxx says:
    Aug 18, 2011 11:38 AM
    Yea rice didnt deserve the monster contract since he had only one good season, but the people who get mad that he took more money to leave are seriously dilusional and jealous,be real people if u were workin for someone makin four mil a yr and its contract time and ur same place offers u six to stay but someone else offered u 11 mil would u really considering staying???? All of u people are the same hipocrits who dont leave a waiter a ten percent tip cause u dont wanna lose more money…in a nutshell Everything!!! Is about money in this world and history and peoples actions prove it,even us average joes…so sidney u didnt deaerve it but id of done the same thing,GET PAID while u can,the rest of u hipocrits learn to tip better!!
    ===================================

    It’s not about being mad or jealous. It’s calling Sidney out on saying the Vikings didn’t make him feel wanted here. He was fun to watch, seemed like a good guy. That’s why it was a little confusing when he pulled his hip surgery stunt & now complains his employer isn’t offering more money than the other 31 teams bidding for him. Wait, correction, 1 other team that is taking a chance at paying him a lot of money.

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