Running back Eddie Lacy, the Seahawks’ splashiest offseason acquisition, stands on the sidelines inactive during last weekend’s win over San Francisco. It was the first time in his career the former 1,100-yard rusher and NFL offensive rookie of the year with Green Bay was a healthy scratch for a game. He found out he wasn’t playing before he got on the team bus to the stadium.
Running back Eddie Lacy, the Seahawks’ splashiest offseason acquisition, stands on the sidelines inactive during last weekend’s win over San Francisco. It was the first time in his career the former 1,100-yard rusher and NFL offensive rookie of the year with Green Bay was a healthy scratch for a game. He found out he wasn’t playing before he got on the team bus to the stadium. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Running back Eddie Lacy, the Seahawks’ splashiest offseason acquisition, stands on the sidelines inactive during last weekend’s win over San Francisco. It was the first time in his career the former 1,100-yard rusher and NFL offensive rookie of the year with Green Bay was a healthy scratch for a game. He found out he wasn’t playing before he got on the team bus to the stadium. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
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Eddie Lacy reacts to being inactive while healthy for the first time--and all the weight jokes

September 20, 2017 03:25 PM

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