Eddie Lacy has reportedly agreed to terms on a contract to land with the Seattle Seahawks after four years with the Green Bay Packers:
Lacy, a former second-round pick, has started 48 games over the past four seasons. After consecutive 1,000-yard seasons to start his career, Lacy dropped off to just over 700 yards two years ago. He plummeted to just 360 yards in five starts last season with zero scores.
He replaces Marshawn Lynch as Seattle’s workhorse as a between-the-tackles back.
He’s certainly motivated and it’s a slap in the face to the place he called home over the past four seasons to jump to a conference rival.