New Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy could have a 250-pound-like role in Sunday’s Seahawks season opener at Green Bay. This will be Lacy’s first game since season-ending ankle surgery in October led to the Packers letting him go to free agency.
New Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy could have a 250-pound-like role in Sunday’s Seahawks season opener at Green Bay. This will be Lacy’s first game since season-ending ankle surgery in October led to the Packers letting him go to free agency. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
New Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy could have a 250-pound-like role in Sunday’s Seahawks season opener at Green Bay. This will be Lacy’s first game since season-ending ankle surgery in October led to the Packers letting him go to free agency. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
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