The fact Sidney Rice wore a white jersey for Tuesday's practice was a sign of progress in his return from offseason shoulder surgeries. Reported by the Seattle Times
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Rice practiced the first two weeks wearing a red jersey, denoting no contact. That's gone this week as he is now participating in team drills, and even diving for balls. He won't play in Saturday's exhibition game at Denver, but his practice regimen is a sign of progress and that he may indeed be ready when the regular season begins. "This is his first week back, getting banged around so we'll give him some time," head coach Pete Carroll said. "See how that goes." If Rice can stay healthy this year, and that is historically a poor assumption to make, he has the talent to be a sleeper. He does appear to be on track to play in Week 1 at this point.