‘Home Economics’ recruits NFL icon for Season 2 premiere


The ABC series Domestical economy returns for a second season, and the first episode will feature an NFL legend. ABC teamed up with the NFL and the San Francisco 49ers, which led to Jerry Rice making a special appearance in the season premiere. He’ll be joined by rapper and 49ers superfan 24kGoldn, and the episode will premiere Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 9:31 p.m. ET.

“Connor invites the Hayworth clan to a San Francisco 49ers game as he attempts to secure his latest trade deal,” reads the episode’s synopsis. “Desperately trying to prove he knows the game, Tom gets a once-in-a-lifetime chance to show off his footballing skills in front of the entire Faithful 49ers crowd at Levi’s Stadium. Meanwhile, Denise tries to get Sarah on terms with the newfound interest. of Shamiah for cheerleading in the season two premiere of Domestical economy on ABC.”

Rice is arguably the best wide receiver in NFL history. He spent most of his career with the San Francisco 49ers, but also played for the Oakland Raiders and Seattle Seahawks. During his career, Rice helped the 49ers win three Super Bowls and was named Super Bowl XXIII MVP. Rice is also a member of the 1980s and 1990s All-Decade Teams as well as the NFL 100th Anniversary All-Time Team.

“I’m honored that the NFL Network has chosen me as the greatest player or the greatest receiver to ever play,” Rice said in an interview with Dead time in Shanghai in 2011. “I think it has a lot to do with my work ethic and the way I approached the game. I always looked at the game from a business perspective. I always wanted to get out and give my best. I never became complacent and continued to work hard. To them, announcing myself as number one meant the world to me. You played with the legendary quarterback Joe Montana to the 49ers.

Rice is one of many legendary players who played for the 49ers. The team began play in 1946 but joined the NFL in 1950. The 49ers are one of the most successful teams in the league, winning 20 division championships, seven conference championships, and five Super Bowls.


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