Former Packers RB Eddie Lacy passes second weigh-in with Seattle

Former Packers RB Eddie Lacy passes second weigh-in with Seattle

Former Packers RB Eddie Lacy passes second weigh-in with Seattle

His weight has always carried a unusual fascination with fans and media ever since Lacy admitted at the National Football League scouting combine coming out of Alabama that he was a "pound or three" too heavy in school.

His weight has been a constant point of chatter, especially after the Green Bay Packers allowed him to walk for relatively cheap money to join the Seahawks this offseason.

Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy passed his weigh-in today, per source.

It comes a month after Lacy came in at 253 pounds - two pounds under the goal of 255. He had to be at 250 pounds or less on Monday. And that's why they wrote his contract with weight incentives.

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The Seahawks are still looking for a running back to stay healthy enough to replace Marshawn Lynch.

Lacy had only 758 yards and three scores in 2015, when the weight matters began simmering with McCarthy. Prosise showed great potential in the Seahawks win over the New England Patriots a year ago.

When the Seahawks signed the former Alabama standout as a free agent in March, his one-year, $5.55 million contract included seven weigh-ins worth $55,000 apiece among its incentives.

Lacy arrived much heavier for his third National Football League season and never managed to regain his early career shape or production with the Packers. But if Lacy keeps things in check, he has terrific ability and could be a nice addition.

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