A day after showing off his offseason workout regimen, Eddie Lacy has successfully made yet another weigh-in incentive after signing with the Seahawks during the NFL's latest free agency period. On Monday he earned his June incentive money by coming in under his 250-pound goal. He is eligible to collect a bonus check of $55,000 after he weighed in below 250 pounds earlier today.
Seattle is giving Lacy another chance to redeem himself in the National Football League with the caveat of several much-publicised weight clauses into his contract.
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But don't expect Lacy to get back down to the 230s. The first check came in May, where he had to get in at 255 pounds or less. Lacy ranked first, though in limited time, in the National Football League in yards-after-contact in 2016 at 2.8. They're looking to him to provide what they lost with the retirement of Marshawn Lynch. In 2016, Rawls simply could not stay consistently healthy. They are both two-dimensional backs, who can break 60 yard runs and run over defensive backs. Lacy said he is from Louisiana and loves to eat and will have to cut out a lot of his favorite foods to keep at his playing weight.
Lacy's contract with the Seahawks includes a clause that could earn him up to $385,000 based on the results of seven different weigh-ins. This would mean great things for Lacy and for the Seahawks.