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July 23, 2014 at 7:15 PM

A bit more on Sidney Rice retiring

Want to pass along our updated story on the news today of the retirement of receiver Sidney Rice.

That creates an opening on the team’s 90-man roster (he was officially placed on the reserve/retired list today).

That spot remains open, though one name that could fill it is receiver Morrell Presley, who took part in a tryout basis in the team’s rookie mini-camp in May.

Presley finished his college career at the University of California of Pennsylvania, an NCAA Division II school, after beginning his career at UCLA, where he played in 2009-10.

Presley, from Carson, Calif., was a big-time recruit but some off-field issues helped lead to his departure from UCLA.

As for Rice, teammates old and current paid him some social media tribute today:

And Rice, meanwhile, said he plans to become the newest member of the 12s:

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