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Jerry Rice Wins 'Big Break NFL'

Posted Dec 18, 2013

Jerry Rice's team took home first place on the Golf Channel's "Big Break NFL Puerto Rico" series.

San Francisco's Hall of Fame wide reciever Jerry Rice was part of the winning team on the Golf Channel's "Big Break NFL Puerto Rico" series.

Rice was on the winning three-person team. The show featured former NFL greats paired with aspiring male and female semi-pro golfers. Rice's partners will recieve coveted PGA and LPGA tour exemptions.

READ: Rice Returns to Reality TV

"I told my team to continue to be agressive, everything else is going to work itself out," Rice said after winning the reality TV show. "We fought hard. We went through a lot and we got closer as a team. We felt that if we got into the finale we had a chance to win this."

Congratulations to Rice and his playing partners Isaac Sanchez and Emily Talley.


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