How does the Sidney Rice signing change the Seahawk draft board? I've been asking myself this question since his signing became official. On one hand, I feel that management where expecting him back and so his signing doesn't influence their draft board one bit. On the other hand, maybe they where prepared for life without Rice and had simply moved on. When no one else seemed interested, Rice waned back and was willing to sign a prove it deal. The Seahawks knew exactly what they are getting on the field and in the locker room so they were happy to sign him. Does this mean they don't need to target a wide receiver early if at all? Remember, they signed Chris Mathews and Taylor Price to compete with already signed Clark Arceto, Phil Bates, Bryon Walters and Richardo Lockette. What are your thoughts.