Seahawks' RB Eddie Lacy hits second weight clause marker

Seahawks' RB Eddie Lacy hits second weight clause marker

Seahawks' RB Eddie Lacy hits second weight clause marker

Seattle Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy is on a roll with losing weight. According to an ESPN report, the 5th-year pro earned the incentive money Monday tied to his weight.

When Lacy signed with the Seahawks in March of the 2017 season, he weighed in at a whopping 267 pounds. Lacy earned his first $55,000 check when met his first offseason weight-loss goal by tipping the scales at 253 pounds on May 15 - below the target threshold of 255 pounds.

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If Lacy is able to continue to be in shape and underweight, he'll be a huge asset for the Seahawks this season.

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Lacy's former team, the Green Bay Packers, chose not to resign Lacy this offseason as they exhausted of the running back's weight issues.

If Lacy maintains the same commitment towards rushing the ball as he has in meeting his weight goals, Seattle may have found their Lynch replacement. "So it's a positive challenge". So everybody's positive, which helps me because I know I have a group of people behind me pushing me, so it's all working out, it's all going great.

For the record, none of those gentlemen pictured here are not Lacy, though the Seahawks are hoping to ride him this year. Lacy can earn an additional $2.685 million through incentives, including the weight clauses.

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