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NFL Podcast with Jerry Rice

Posted on: September 14, 2010 4:41 pm
J. Rice talked about whehter T. Owens should get into the HOF eventually (Getty). Posted by Will Brinson

Jerry Rice is a famous for his days as a 49er. But as many people are aware, he also spent some time playing for the Seattle Seahawks.

So it was probably difficult for him to choose who to pull for on Sunday as Pete Carroll yanked Mike Singletary's (figurative) pants down and gave him a (figurative) spanking. One which Singletary later (literally) thanked Carroll for.

All pants on the ground jokes aside, Rice wasn't torn at all -- he's a Niner for life, and you have to imagine that watching San Francisco get thrashed in Seattle was pretty tough. We talked with him on Monday about the collapse in Seattle, whether or not the 15,000 yard barrier will get Terrell Owens in the Hall of Fame, if Alex Smith can lead the Niners and much, much more.

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