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The Seahawks’ injury report decreased a bit on Tuesday — just nine players were listed as not participating compared to 13 from Monday.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll insisted Wednesday the trade for veteran left tackle Duane Brown was not in reaction to the anemic running performance Sunday against Houston, when Seattle was held to a season-low 33 yards on 21 carries, 30 of which came on four attempts from quarterback Russell Wilson.
Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy is looking forward to his return to Lambeau Field. Lacy spent the first four seasons of his career with the Green Bay Packers but signed a one-year deal with Seattle in March. Seattle went after Lacy in free agency because the team wanted to add a bruising running back.
His glory days seem well behind him, even though this is just his fifth NFL season, and more people seem to be concerned about his “lbs” than his “yds.”
If the final numbers don’t necessarily pop off the page – 134 yards rushing on 32 carries – the Seahawks’ running game just seemed to look better during a 26-13 victory over Kansas City on Friday night than it had in the previous two exhibition games.
One interesting question about the Seahawks entering the 2017 season for fans, media, fantasy football players and others on the outside may not be one the team cares a whole lot about: Who will start at tailback?
Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy passed another weigh-in Monday, coming in at fewer than 250 pounds to earn another $55,000.
When a guy gets called out for being too fat in a place where haute cuisine consists of PBR, bratwurst and cheese curds, the shame figures to run thick as poutine. Which is why Eddie Lacy is shaping up as the most intriguing training camp story for the Seahawks in July.
Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy launched a two-day garage sale at his home in suburban Green Bay on Friday and it was basically sold out before dinner. T-shirts, unused Under Armour cleats, Packers hoodies and more – all gone in a matter of hours.
Running back Eddie Lacy, who played just five games last year, was the Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2013, when he rushed for 1,178 yards and 11 touchdowns.