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RENTON, Wash. — Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy said Wednesday that he isn’t sure what his role will be in Seattle’s backfield going forward but that he’s preparing as if he will play.

Lacy was a surprise inactive for Sunday’s win against the San Francisco 49ers.

“You don’t like what happened or whatever, but at the end of the day, you can just control what you can control,” Lacy said, “continue to go out and practice and see how it goes.”

Lacy, who signed a one-year, $4.25 million contract with the Seahawks over the offseason, only played seven offensive snaps in a Week 1 loss to the Green Bay Packers, his former team. He gained 3 yards on five carries.

He said he was informed that he would be inactive against San Francisco by his position coach Sunday morning, before the team boarded the bus to head to CenturyLink Field.

“There’s no positive way to take it, but I was the most positive I could be,” he said. “It was my first time that happened to me or whatever, so I really don’t know what think of it, just do what I can do.”

Rookie Chris Carson has been Seattle’s primary running back over the first two games. He gained 93 yards on 20 carries on Sunday, while Thomas Rawls was being eased back into action in his first game back following an ankle injury. Carson’s emergence and Rawls’ return have added to the uncertainty about Lacy’s role.”I’ve just got to continue to be me, go out and practice the same way I’ve been practicing and see what happens week by week,” Lacy said.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll described Lacy being inactive as a matchup-based decision and not one that’s indicative of the running back having fallen out of favor. He said Wednesday that Lacy has responded well over the last few days.

“He’s doing fine. He’s ready to get after it and compete and battle back,” Carroll said. “He respects Thomas Rawls. He understands. That’s not what he wants. I don’t want him to accept it, I want him to be wanting to get back out there with everything he’s got, and that’s exactly the way he should be competing. I wish we could have had him up. We could have used him.”


Suspended wide receiver Josh Gordon returned to rehab in June to try to show the NFL he was worthy of reinstatement and will end his treatment on Sept. 21, former Olympian Tim Montgomery, who trains the wide receiver, told

This is believed to be the fourth time Gordon has entered treatment, according to

When the NFL denied Gordon’s bid for reinstatement in May, the league told the Cleveland Browns receiver that he could apply again in the fall. Montgomery, who told the website that he was “devastated” when Gordon was denied reinstatement in May, says he and Gordon are hoping that three months in rehab will convince the league to accept him back this time.

“He’s been clean, so we’re hoping after 90 days he’s reinstated and they put him back in the league, which it looks like they’re going to do that,” Montgomery told the website.

Montgomery, who has had his own drug problems but now uses his past mistakes as basis to help others, said he believes the reason Gordon was turned down in May was because he missed drug tests because he wouldn’t answer his phone. Montgomery told that Gordon “sabotages his success” and “gets in his own way” sometimes.

Montgomery told the website that from “where Josh comes from, marijuana is considered like a cigarette” and that before Gordon got clean he turned to drinking when he was told he couldn’t smoke.

Montgomery told that he met with Gordon two weeks ago when the receiver was on a day pass from rehab. Montgomery said that Gordon weighs about 231 pounds now and didn’t drop a pass during their training session at Montgomery’s NUMA Speed, located in Gainesville, Florida. Gordon also lives in Gainesville, with his business manager, Michael Johnson.

“From what I’ve seen, he’s in a different place than what he was six, seven months ago,” Montgomery told the website. “He’s come a long, long way from when we first started working together.”

Gordon, 26, has not played in a game since Dec. 21, 2014. He has been suspended for 43 of the Browns’ past 48 games.

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GREEN BAY, Wisc. — For all the high expectations that are swirling around the Green Bay Packers’ offense this season, the biggest question in their championship hopes was answered in their first game. The Packers learned that their defense actually can frustrate and flabbergast a quality opponent when it’s desperately needed. That’s exactly what that unit did in Sunday’s 17-9 win over Seattle. It’s also what that defense will have to do if Green Bay is going to be everything they hope to become.

This wasn’t the same defense that struggled to stop opponents in 2016. It definitely wasn’t the unit that surrendered 44 points to the Atlanta Falcons in last year’s NFC Championship Game. This group had more confidence, more swagger and a deeper faith in how they might affect the outcome. As Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said, “The key to the game was our defense. If they play like that (for the rest of the season), we’ll be tough to beat.”

It’s important to note here that Rodgers made this point as soon as he opened his post-game news conference. He had thrown for 311 yards and his 32-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Jordy Nelson — which came in the third quarter — proved to be the deciding points of the game. It would’ve been easy for Rodgers to celebrate the way the offense kept grinding against a Seattle defense that gave the Packers plenty of fits of their own. Instead, he went right to the most important topic of the day.

These Packers aren’t going to have as hard a time scoring points as they did on Sunday. What’s more critical is that they keep finding ways to shut opponents down. There’s been plenty of complaining in this town about the lack of weapons Rodgers has enjoyed in recent years. That frustration also has resulted from the lack of defensive help he’s received lately.

Last year the Packers ranked 21st in the NFL in points allowed per game (24.3). You’d also have to go back seven years to find a Green Bay team that actually finished in the top 10 in that category. There’s a revealing fact about the Packers when you look at that team that had the league’s second-best scoring defense in that 2010 season. That also happens to be the last Green Bay squad to win the Super Bowl.

This explains the obvious significance of what happened in the Packers’ win over Seattle. The Seahawks generated only 225 total yards, with only 135 coming through the air. The three sacks they registered on Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson only partly told the story of the havoc they wreaked on the Pro Bowl signal-caller. “They did what they needed to do,” said Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett. “Their front seven put pressure on us and when you put pressure on, it makes it tough for Russell to be able to throw the ball. He didn’t have time.”

“We have a lot of people of front,” said Packers inside linebacker Jake Ryan. “We have (defensive tackle) Mike Daniels, (outside linebacker) Clay Matthews, (outside linebacker) Nick Perry. We have guys who are fast as hell and can get off the ball. Having (Wilson) running around not knowing what to do was huge for us. We definitely made them one dimensional.”

A big factor in the Packers’ success was their ability to stifle the Seahawks’ running game. They knew they were facing a familiar face in Seattle running back Eddie Lacy — who spent the first four years of his career in Green Bay — and they ruined that homecoming in a hurry. Lacy wound up gaining just three yards on five carries. Seattle’s leading rusher ultimately was rookie Chris Carson, who gained all of 39 yards.

Of course, it is fair to point out that Seattle does have problems on their offensive line. They’ve spent the last few years trying to build a cohesive unit and the chemistry this season is a long way from what this team needs. However, this is still a team that is dangerous enough to reach the Super Bowl. The Seahawks have proved in the past that they can thrive even when the talent in the trenches isn’t overly imposing.

The good news for the Packers is that they don’t need to worry about the issues of other teams. They had to find something to build upon on the defensive side of the football, something that told them this won’t be another year where Rodgers will have to carry them from start to finish. The most memorable bit of evidence they received on Sunday came when Daniels shot past a blocker, sacked Wilson and forced a fumble that Packers linebacker Kyler Fackrell recovered at the Seattle 6-yard line early in the third quarter. That play set up a six-yard touchdown run by Packers running back Ty Montgomery that put Green Bay ahead 7-3 and swung the momentum for good.

Daniels finished the game with 1.5 sacks, while Perry added 1.5 of his own. Every time the Seahawks seemed on the verge of making a rally, they were swarming around Wilson along with their teammate. “Everybody just came together and gave everything that they had,” Daniels said. “Everybody hustled. We do it every week but this time we were just determined to get it done.”

Sometimes it’s hard to know exactly when a team’s fortunes start changing for the better. As good as the Packers’ defense looked on Sunday, their improvement might have started last fall, when they were giving up 47 points to the Tennessee Titans and 42 to the Washington Redskins. Back then, the storyline was the decline of Rodgers, how he was forcing plays and failing to live up to his future Hall-of-Fame status. The truth was that the defense knew it had to play better, that it had to find some way to make a bigger difference in games.

That defense did show signs of progress in the second half of last season, as it held three of its last six opponents to 13 points or fewer. That improvement helped the Packers reach the playoffs, where their season ended in that blowout loss to Atlanta. As it so happens, the next team Green Bay will face is that same Falcons squad that demolished them in January. The Packers look like they will be a lot more formidable this time around, even though they weren’t interested in revisiting the past.

“I don’t talk about anything except what’s happening today,” said Packers head coach Mike McCarthy. “Our defense got challenged and they clearly played at a high level. You are what you are and we’ve got some things on film. But I know our defense definitely got off on the right foot today.”

There’s little to argue there. This game was supposed to be a clash of titans, the first real opportunity to see how two of the best teams in the NFC measured up against one another. We knew one defense was going to come in looking to make plenty of things happen. What we couldn’t foresee was how much the other one would grow up right before our eyes.

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A day after 32 teams trimmed their rosters from 90 to 53, a collection of players have been claimed by new employers.

Among those: Quarterback Brad Kaaya, who moves from Detroit to Carolina, and tight end Will Tye, who will stay in the same city but switch teams, going from the Giants to the Jets.

Wideout Kasen Williams, a preseason standout in Seattle, joins the Browns. Kicker Cody Parkey, whose missed kick in Miami cost Cleveland a win last season, has joined the Dolphins.

The full list of claims, made official by the league on Sunday, is below.

Buffalo Bills

LB Deon Lacy (from MIA), TE Khari Lee (from DET), OT Conor McDermott (from NE)

Carolina Panthers

DB Demetrious Cox (from CIN), QB Brad Kaaya (from DET)

Chicago Bears

LS Andrew DePaola (from TB), WR Tre McBride (from TEN), RB Taquan Mizzell (from BAL)

Cleveland Browns

WR Reggie Davis (from ATL), DB Michael Jordan (from LA), NT T.Y. McGill (from IND), WR Kasen Williams (from SEA), QB Josh Woodrum (from BAL)

Dallas Cowboys

DT Brian Price (from GB)

Detroit Lions

G Zac Kerin (from MIN), OT Brian Mihalik (from PIT)

Green Bay Packers

DE Chris Odom (from ATL)

Houston Texans

WR Andy Jones (from DAL)

Indianapolis Colts

DB Pierre Desir (from SEA), WR Matt Hazel (from WAS), RB Matt Jones (from WAS), DB Kenny Moore (from NE), G Ian Silberman (from OAK)

Jacksonville Jaguars

DT Eli Ankou (from HOU), TE James O’Shaughnessy (from NE), LB Donald Payne (from BAL), DB Lafayette Pitts (from MIA), OT William Poehls (from CHI)

Los Angeles Chargers

DB Jeff Richards (from CAR), OT Michael Schofield (from DEN)

Los Angeles Rams

C J.J. Dielman (from CIN), DT Quinton Jefferson (from SEA), C Aaron Neary (from PHI)

Miami Dolphins

LB Justin March-Lillard (from KC), K Cody Parkey (from CLE)

Minnesota Vikings

TE Blake Bell (from SF)

New Orleans Saints

WR Austin Carr (from NE), QB Taysom Hill (from GB)

New York Jets

WR Kalif Raymond (from DEN), LB Edmond Robinson (from MIN), WR Damore’ea Stringfellow (from MIA), TE Will Tye (from NYG)

San Francisco 49ers

DE Xavier Cooper (from CLE)

Washington Redskins

OT T.J. Clemmings (from MIN)

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J.J. Watt’s fundraising campaign to aid Hurricane Harvey relief efforts surpassed its $10 million goal Thursday, the Texans star defensive end confirmed in a video via Twitter

On Thursday afternoon, Watt announced the drive has raised more than $12 million in donations. He passed the $13 million mark on Thursday night.

“We started out on Sunday with a goal of raising $200,000. Just now, we’ve surpassed the $10 million mark. I’m going to leave the link open and see how much get it,” Watt said.

“I can’t say thank you enough — celebrities musicians, athletes, kids with their lemonade stands, people hosting fundraisers, business donating — I cannot thank everybody enough. What’s happening right now is my focus very much on getting this directly back to the people as I’ve said the whole time. We have the semi-trucks being filled up as we speak, coming down here to donate the supplies this weekend — that’s Phase One. It’ll be the first phase of our operation to get an immediate of an impact as we can. We have things like water, food, clothing, generators, baby supplies, cleaning supplies. If there’s something I’m not thinking of, please leave it in the comments because we want to make sure we get these people exactly what we need so we help rebuild as quickly as we can. Houston, we’re thinking of you. Thank you to everybody who’s donated.”

Watt isn’t the only one donating to hurricane relief efforts. The Texans have donated $1 million and the Titans gave $1 million to Watt’s drive. The New England Patriots and New York Jets and the Johnson family also are donating $1 million each to relief efforts. Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank pledges to match fan contributions up to $1 million to support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

The Green Bay Packers organization is donating $100,000 to J.J. Watt’s Houston Flood Relief Fund. The Baltimore Ravens are donating $1 million to United Way of Greater Houston, with the funds distributed to the United Way Relief Fund for Hurricane Harvey, the Salvation Army of Houston and the Red Cross. The Lions also announced a $1 million donation to the Red Cross’s relief efforts.

TV host Ellen DeGeneres surprised Watt with a $1 million donation to his fund on her show Wednesday. Pop star and actress Miley Cyrus announced she’d pledged $500,000 to hurricane relief efforts. Rapper Drake announced via Instagram he’s donating $200,000 to Watt’s initiative.

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