The Facts: Lacy is an unrestricted free agent, and a change of scenery feels like a no-brainer for both sides after he received only 69 carries while being declared a healthy inactive four times last season.
Diehards Line: ESPN.com's Brady Henderson went on to point out you could include Thomas Rawls here, too. Lacy and Rawls were expected to head the Seahawks' backfield in 2017, but rookie seventh-round pick Chris Carson quickly beat them both out for the starting job. Neither did much with their opportunities when Carson went down in October, and they finished the season behind Mike Davis on the depth chart. Rawls is a restricted free agent and, at only 24, still has promise. But even if the Seahawks had any interest in bringing back either player, both will presumably be looking for better opportunities than what they'd get in Seattle, where Carson and Davis look like the preferred options.