Seattle Seahawks' coach Pete Carroll says running back Eddie Lacy is looking "great" going into Sunday's regular season opener at Green Bay.
The Packers let him go after four seasons of injuries and questions about his weight, and he has not played since last October when he injured an ankle and later had surgery. Carroll says Lacy has been in "kind of an ascent" ever since he signed a one year deal this past spring -- and he has completed all of his rehabilitation and missed no offseason work. Lacy will share playing time in the Seattle backfield with Thomas Rawls, with C-J Prosise as a third down specialist. Packers coach Mike McCarthy says his defense will generally play to the strengths Lacy showed during his four years in Green Bay.