Eddie Lacy to join Seattle on 1-year deal

By deejaywise
Mar. 14, 2017

The Seattle Seahawks appear quite serious about bolstering their running game. They recently met with Adrian Peterson, but the aging superstar left town without a contract. However, Seattle has signed former Packer Eddie Lacy to a 1-year deal worth $5.55 million. Lacy rushed for over 1,000 yards in his first two seasons, and after a sluggish 2015, was enjoying a bounce back 2016 (5.1 yards per rush). A left ankle injury in Week 6 ended his season. The former Alabama product joins fellow bruiser Thomas Rawls and scat-back C.J. Prosise. Seattle is also expected to still hold a meeting with free agent Jamaal Charles tomorrow. Lacy isn't quite Beast Mode, but he and Rawls should form a potent, powerful combo that should give defenses headaches and bruises. Add in Russell Wilson's speed on the read-option and this could be the most dangerous ground attack in pro football.



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