Rashee Rice Involved In Major Car Accident; Dallas Police Search For Kansas City Chiefs WR: Report – Times Now

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The Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice. (Photo: X/@LanceTHESPOKEN)

Rashee Rice, the Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver, has been reportedly involved in a major accident. Rice is being searched by the Dallas Police after the accident, according to a Dallas Morning News story.

According to the report, the mishap occurred in northeast Dallas on Saturday night. There was an accident on the Nort Central Expressway involving a car registered in Rice’s name on the night.

A Corvette and a Lamborghini were involved in a race when they collided, resulting in a six-vehicle accident, according to Dallas police, as reported by Kelli Smith of Dallas Wire. The two drivers took off running. Rice was named as the suspected driver of the Corvette on a call sheet they were able to obtain.

It’s unclear if Rice had any role in the vehicle collision. However, law enforcement officials are still searching for the Chiefs wideout, per a report from Dallas Morning News. As of early Sunday, Rice’s name was not listed in the Dallas County jail logs, according to the article. Rice was born and raised in North Richland Hills, Texas, which may help to explain why he spent the weekend there.

As a junior, Rice caught 72 receptions for 1,386 yards and 19 touchdowns, posting an outstanding stat line. For such numbers, he was named to the first team of the district. When he committed to play collegiate football at SMU, was a three-star prospect.

Eventually, Rice was selected with the 55th overall pick by the Kansas City Chiefs in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft. He had an impressive season with the Chiefs, shattering the record for most touchdowns received by a team in a single season. In Super Bowl LVIIl, he completed six passes for 39 yards as the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 25–22.

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