New running back Eddie Lacy, formerly a Green Bay Packer, could earn up to $5.5 million in his one-year contract with the Seahawks. That is, if he stays in shape, makes all weight targets and rushes for 1,200 yards this coming season.
New running back Eddie Lacy, formerly a Green Bay Packer, could earn up to $5.5 million in his one-year contract with the Seahawks. That is, if he stays in shape, makes all weight targets and rushes for 1,200 yards this coming season. Mike Roemer AP
New running back Eddie Lacy, formerly a Green Bay Packer, could earn up to $5.5 million in his one-year contract with the Seahawks. That is, if he stays in shape, makes all weight targets and rushes for 1,200 yards this coming season. Mike Roemer AP
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