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At 6:20 p.m. on Wednesday evening, the league office was informed of a deal between The Orlando Orcas and Touchdown Syndrome. The deal is similar to the deal that sent Lacy from Touchdown Syndrome to Orlando back in December.
To recap, Eddie Lacy rejoins Touchdown Syndrome for the 2017 season. In return, Orlando acquired the 18th overall pick in the 2017 draft.
When asked about the deal, Orca’s GM Aaron Breeding didn’t hold back. “Once he went to Seattle, we’re not even convinced he’ll make the team. The Orcas are getting rid of him because of his massive weight concerns.” The league office isn’t sure if that pun was intended, but if it was we’d give Breeding an extra draft pick if possible.
Breeding went on to address other issues with Lacy. “He’s been spotted at numerous local buffets since joining us, and the owners are convinced they don’t have jerseys that can fit him.”
overweighted overrated back looks to help out a title contender in Touchdown Syndrome who desperately needs RB help.