Report: Sidney Rice Agrees to Terms With Seahawks, Steve Breaston Signs With Chiefs

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A day after quarterbacks dominated NFL headlines, the league's wide receivers had their turn.

FOX Sports NFL Insider Joe Glazer reported on Twitter that former Vikings wide receiver Sidney Rice has agreed to terms with the Seattle Seahawks, joining fellow former-Viking Tavaris Jackson.

ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reported that the deal is for five years and $44 million, including $18.5 million guaranteed.

Schefter also reported that Cardinals wide out Steve Breaston will rejoin Todd Haley in Kansas City on a five-year deal with the Chiefs.

These reports are the latest in a day that saw a lot of activity surround wide receivers. Earlier on Wednesday, there were reports of the New York Jets signing Santonio Holmes to a five-year deal while also showing interest in Randy Moss.

Another Jets target, Braylon Edwards, believes that Gang Green management doesn't want him back, while former Patriot Donte Stallworth found a new home with the Washington Redskins.

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