The NFL's rookie rushing leader is an undrafted free agent with a penchant for hurdling defenders in the open field.
Some NFL defenders are wondering when the league is going to crack down on infractions they see as equally deserving of suspensions as helmet hits, particularly illegal blocks that go on in the trenches.
Seattle Seahawks safety Lawyer Milloy woke up at 5 a.m. Wednesday morning and couldn't go back to sleep knowing that as an 15-year veteran, he'd be asked about the NFL's increased punishment for helmet-to-helmet hits.
Lawyer Milloy is shuffling to the side. He's waving his arms. He's grooving to the rap music that is blaring yet again during a Seahawks practice run by new coach Pete Carroll.