If Eddie Lacy plays this season as motivated as he’s looked with his new team this offseason, the Seahawks will have found a win-win deal in their incentive-filled, one-year contract for the former NFL offensive rookie of the year.
If Eddie Lacy plays this season as motivated as he’s looked with his new team this offseason, the Seahawks will have found a win-win deal in their incentive-filled, one-year contract for the former NFL offensive rookie of the year. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
If Eddie Lacy plays this season as motivated as he’s looked with his new team this offseason, the Seahawks will have found a win-win deal in their incentive-filled, one-year contract for the former NFL offensive rookie of the year. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
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