Sidney Rice upgraded to full practice Thursday, good to go in fantasy

David Banks

Sidney Rice got in a full practice Thursday and should be ready to play in Week 14. We break down the fantasy implications.

Seattle Seahawks WR Sidney Rice (head) was upgraded to a full practice on Thursday after being in Wednesday's session. Rice suffered a concussion in his game-winning touchdown catch against the Bears, but he passed all medical tests and is cleared to play the Cardinals in Week 14.

Rice has 43 catches for 623 yards and seven TDs on the season.

Fantasy Impact: It sounds like all systems go for Rice on Sunday. The Cardinals have a better defense than most people think, and he'll likely be matching up against Patrick Peterson, so it's a risky fantasy play.

Still, Rice has stayed healthy this year and is one of Russell Wilson's favorite red zone targets. He's worth rolling the dice as a WR3 in the fantasy playoffs.

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