It’s a different Eddie Lacy in Seattle, according to his agents. They said the former Green Bay running back upon whom the Packers gave up partly because he was overweight weighed in Monday two pounds below the first limit the Seahawks had set for him. That means the first $55,000 bonus for Lacy. He signed a one-year deal with Seattle in March.
It’s a different Eddie Lacy in Seattle, according to his agents. They said the former Green Bay running back upon whom the Packers gave up partly because he was overweight weighed in Monday two pounds below the first limit the Seahawks had set for him. That means the first $55,000 bonus for Lacy. He signed a one-year deal with Seattle in March. Phelan M. Ebenhack AP
It’s a different Eddie Lacy in Seattle, according to his agents. They said the former Green Bay running back upon whom the Packers gave up partly because he was overweight weighed in Monday two pounds below the first limit the Seahawks had set for him. That means the first $55,000 bonus for Lacy. He signed a one-year deal with Seattle in March. Phelan M. Ebenhack AP
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May 15, 2017 11:01 AM

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