When Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice watches today's NFL, he sees a few quarterbacks that catch his eye -- New England's Tom Brady, Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers and Seattle's Russell Wilson.
Rice said he would want to play with any of these three quarterbacks, if he was in the league today.
Via Jeff Simmons of Sportsnet:
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Jerry Rice was just asked which current QB he'd want to play with: His answers: Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Russell Wilson.— Jeff Simmons (@realjeffsimmons) February 2, 2016
Rice played with two Hall of Fame quarterbacks in Joe Montana and Steve Young while with the San Francisco 49ers. If he signed with the New England Patriots -- instead of the Oakland Raiders --following the 2000 season, he could have won a few more Super Bowls with Brady. Rice retired long before Rodgers or Wilson ever became starters.
Any of these three passers paired with Rice, in his prime, would make for an absolutely unstoppable QB-WR combination.