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April 22, 2000 (23)
Rashee Rice, the wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs, has made a significant mark in his rookie season in the NFL. Drafted in the second round (55th overall) by the Chiefs in the 2023 NFL Draft, Rice has quickly become an integral part of the team’s offense. His debut season stats include playing 16 games with notable performances, such as his exceptional outing in Week 12 against the Las Vegas Raiders where he recorded season bests with 10 targets, eight receptions, 107 yards, and his fifth touchdown catch of the season. This game was a highlight, marking the first time all season a Chiefs wide receiver had more than five receptions or 100 yards in a game. Rice’s five touchdowns for the season tied him with tight end Travis Kelce for the team high.
Rice’s connection with quarterback Patrick Mahomes has been pivotal, with Mahomes completing 79.2% of throws when targeting Rice, showcasing a promising dynamic duo for the Chiefs’ future. This partnership is particularly noteworthy as the Chiefs have been searching for a prototypical WR1 to complement Travis Kelce since Tyreek Hill’s departure. Rice’s ability to quickly adjust to the NFL, being the first Chiefs rookie wideout with 100 receiving yards in a game since Dwayne Bowe in 2007, suggests he is on the right path to fulfilling that role.