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Century Links 5/20: Seattle Hoping Lacy can Carry the Load, and other Seahawks News


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Thiel: Lacy likely best story in Seahawks camp | Sportspress Northwest
Eddie Lacy was too fat for Green Bay, which, for the cheese/brat/beer capital, is saying something. He has come to a Seahawks position that is way too thin. This will be a good story.

Clayton: Do Seahawks favor Russell Wilson? Just as much as any team with a star quarterback
John Clayton shares his view on three Seahawks stories from this week, including why reported resentment for Russell Wilson by teammates is nothing out of the ordinary.

Seahawks’ Twitter mailbag: What’s the deal at kicker? And more fullback talk | The Seattle Times
In our latest Seahawks' mailbag, more discussion about the kicking and fullback positions.

Pete Carroll: Seahawks 'definitely will' run the football more after pass-heavy 2016 -
The Seahawks loaded up on running backs by signing Eddie Lacy this offseason

Seahawks Open CenturyLink Field For Fantasy Football Fans | Seattle Seahawks
For a third straight year, the Seahawks will host fans for fantasy football drafts at CenturyLink Field.

Where The Seahawks’ Roster Stands Following Rookie Minicamp | Seattle Seahawks
A position-by-position look at the Seahawks’ roster following rookie minicamp.

Podcast Player - Should Seahawks be interested in TE Ladarius Green?
Should the Seahawks have interest in tight end Ladarius Green? Would you like to see Russell Wilson hold on to the ball longer? Why is Pete Carroll so enamored with Eddie Lacy?

Bucs’ Bernard Reedy says he’ll never quit his $11 an hour side job | ProFootballTalk
Buccaneers receiver Bernard Reedy hasn't made much money in the NFL. He's never played in a regular-season game, and his two weeks on the 53-man roster at the end of last season were his only two weeks even being on an NFL roster. But that's OK, because he has another job.

Wayne Walker, All-Pro linebacker turned broadcaster, dies at 80 | ProFootballTalk
Wayne Walker, who played 15 years for the Lions and then spent 20 years covering the 49ers as a broadcaster, has died at the age of 80. Walker passed away in Boise, Idaho, his hometown and the place he moved back to after retiring from broadcasting. The cause of death was Parkinson's Disease.

Browns sign first-rounder Myles Garrett to rookie deal -
Myles Garrett is officially a Cleveland Brown. The Browns signed the first overall pick to his four-year rookie deal on Friday, the team announced.

Pete Carroll: Seahawks' run game 'roaring right back' -
The Seahawks' run game struggled in 2016 due to Marshawn Lynch's departure, injuries to running backs and a disastrous offensive line, but Pete Carroll expects that to change this season.

So long to Ryan Fitzpatrick, the Jetsiest of all Jets -
Before Ryan Fitzpatrick moves onto the Bucs and starts walking away with scenes on 'Hard Knocks', let's have a final reflection on the strange odyssey that was his two-year tenure with the Jets.

Aaron Rodgers' tweet gets students out of final exam -
Aaron Rodgers did some high school kids a favor Friday. The Green Bay Packers quarterback sent out a tweet that will allow everyone in the class to bypass their final exam.

Catching up with James Harrison's Instagram, Vol. 1 -
Time to introduce a new Friday End Around tradition in the offseason. Welcome to the inaugural edition of What's Happening On James Harrison's Instagram Account?