RENTON, Wash. (AP) -- Sidney Rice is finally going to see the field for the Seattle Seahawks.
After missing the first two games with a shoulder injury, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Friday that baring any last second setbacks Rice will make his Seattle debut on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
Rice has labrum damage in his shoulder. He missed the final preseason game against Oakland then sat out the opener against San Francisco and last week against Pittsburgh.
Rice said he felt he could have played against the Steelers. He's anxious to show off for the home fans after signing a five-year deal with Seattle during free agency.