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Eddie Lacy | Running Back | #27

Team: Seattle Seahawks
Age / DOB:  (27) / 6/2/1990
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 250
College: Alabama
Drafted: 2013 / Rd. 2 (61) / GB
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Seahawks declared RB Eddie Lacy as a healthy inactive for Sunday's Week 14 game versus the Jaguars.
Coming off last week's in which Mike Davis asserted himself as the lead back in the Seattle offense, it's no surprise that Lacy is afterthought, but it's just the second time on the season that he's been inactive. Davis played 73 percent of the snaps last week, the highest share for a Seattle running back in a game this season. S Kam Chancellor, C Joey Hunt, G Oday Aboushi, WR David Moore, DT Nazair Jones and DE Dion Jordan are also inactive for Sunday's game. Dec 10 - 3:06 PM

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Eddie Lacy was held to one carry for three yards in Week 13 against the Eagles.

Lacy was the No. 2 back behind Mike Davis. He played only three snaps. With Davis locked in as the starter, Lacy is just a handcuff.
Dec 4 - 12:00 AM

Eddie Lacy rushed 17 times for 46 yards and caught all three of his targets for 15 yards in the Seahawks' Week 12 win over the 49ers.

J.D. McKissic is Seattle's best running back at this point, but they are dead set on getting one of their bigger backs going. With Mike Davis sidelined by a groin injury and Thomas Rawls a no-show, Lacy got his shot this week and predictably failed to do much of anything. Seattle will likely give Davis another chance if he is ready to play against the Eagles, but this is a situation to avoid in an extremely difficult matchup.
Nov 26 - 7:58 PM

Eddie Lacy rushed three times for two yards in the Seahawks' Week 11 loss to the Falcons.

He's done. There's nothing else to say. The Seahawks refused to ride him, even after next-in-line starter Mike Davis left in the third quarter with a groin injury. Seattle instead gave converted WR J.D. McKissic the carries.
Nov 21 - 12:00 AM

Eddie Lacy (groin) has been removed from the Week 11 injury report.

Lacy is ready to return after sitting out last week. The Seahawks were moving away from a committee before Lacy went down so he should resume lead duties, though it won't be surprising if Thomas Rawls mixes on early downs. Lacy is an RB3 for Monday night's matchup with the Falcons.
Nov 18 - 4:16 PM

Eddie Lacy (groin) resumed practicing on Thursday, and is expected to return for Week 11.

For seemingly the 100th time this season, it returns the Seahawks' backfield to Square 1. Thomas Rawls showed very little during Lacy's shortened Week 9 and absent Week 10, so it's quite possible Lacy gets another shot at lead duties. More likely is that the duo is again in a near-even rotation on early downs. Neither player is a viable RB3 for Week 11.
Nov 16 - 3:52 PM

Eddie Lacy (groin) is out for Week 10 against the Cardinals.

Lacy had little chance of suiting up on a short week after injuring his groin in Sunday's loss to Washington. Thomas Rawls will lead the backfield on Thursday night, though C.J. Prosise should play a role on passing downs.
Nov 8 - 4:39 PM

Eddie Lacy (groin) is expected to miss Thursday's game against the Cardinals.

Lacy simply doesn't have enough time to get healthy on the short week. He's also never been a particularly fast healer, though most of his injuries have been to his ankle. Thomas Rawls will get the start in Lacy's absence, with brittle C.J. Prosise attempting to mix in as a passing-down/change-of-pace option. J.D. McKissic should also get some run.
Nov 7 - 7:08 PM

Eddie Lacy (groin) did not practice Monday.

Rawls took over the backfield following Lacy's departure Sunday, and Rawls rushed for 39 yards on nine attempts. Russell Wilson still led the team in yards on the ground. This backfield is one to avoid for the time being.
Nov 6 - 6:48 PM

Eddie Lacy rushed six times for 20 yards in the Seahawks' Week 9 loss to the Redskins.

Lacy suffered a groin injury early in the game and was unable to return. As OC Darrell Bevell suggested, Lacy got the start and played a big role prior to his injury. Depending on the severity of his injury, Lacy should continue to have an opportunity to get the majority of work on early downs.
Nov 5 - 9:49 PM

Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy exited Week 9 against the Redskins with a groin injury.

After rushing six times for 20 yards and catching a pass for 14 yards, Lacy suffered an injury to his groin.
Nov 5 - 4:59 PM

Seahawks OC Darrell Bevell confirmed Eddie Lacy will start Sunday against Washington.

Seattle plans to ride Lacy and "see where it goes from there." After splitting time with Thomas Rawls the last few weeks, Lacy has a chance to take over on early downs. C.J. Prosise and J.D. McKissic will continue to play in pass situations.
Nov 1 - 7:27 PM

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll expects Eddie Lacy to play a big role against the Redskins in Week 9.

"You're going to see a lot of Eddie," said Carroll when asked about his plan for Sunday. It sounds like Lacy will be the Seahawks' featured back against Washington, though that doesn't mean fantasy owners should be rushing to pluck him off the waiver wire. Lacy has been a complete non-factor this year, including last week when he was held to zero yards on six carries against Houston. Even with six teams on bye this week, you can probably do better than Lacy.
Nov 1 - 4:13 PM

Eddie Lacy rushed six times for zero yards in the Seahawks' Week 8 win over the Texans.

If there is a positive to take out of this "performance," it is Thomas Rawls was even worse on the same number of carries and managed to take points off the board by dropping a wide-open pass in the end zone. Both can be safely avoided in most redraft leagues.
Oct 29 - 8:29 PM

Eddie Lacy posted 34 rushing yards on 11 carries while catching his lone target for a nine-yard gain Sunday in the Seahawks’ Week 7 win over the Giants.

Thomas Rawls got the first carry of the day but Lacy caught a nine-yard pass from Russell Wilson for his only catch on the very next play. He and Rawls split work right down the middle with both players receiving 12 touches. With Chris Carson (leg) done for the year, that’s probably the way it will be going forward. Rawls received all the goal-line work in Week 7, which obviously isn’t promising for Lacy owners. Even with bye weeks starting to set in, the one-dimensional Lacy remains a desperation RB3/4 with little upside.
Oct 22 - 9:22 PM

Depth Charts

Skill Players
PosRoleName
QB1Russell Wilson
2Austin Davis
RB1Mike Davis
2J.D. McKissic
3Eddie Lacy
4Thomas Rawls
GLB1Mike Davis
2Eddie Lacy
3RB1J.D. McKissic
2Mike Davis
WR11Doug Baldwin
2Tanner McEvoy
3Amara Darboh
WR21Paul Richardson
2Tyler Lockett
3David Moore
WR31Tyler Lockett
TE1Jimmy Graham
2Luke Willson
3Nick Vannett
LT1Duane Brown
2Matt Tobin
LG1Luke Joeckel
2Mark Glowinski
3Jordan Roos
C1Justin Britt
2Joey Hunt
RG1Ethan Pocic
RT1Germain Ifedi
K1Blair Walsh