Found February 18, 2013 on The Fake Football:
Despite mounting evidence to the contrary, I can’t seem to shake the belief that running back is the most important position in fantasy football – and I don’t think I’m alone.  This past season only 12 RB’s finished among the top 50 scorers in standard leagues, but fantasy owners picked 21 ball carriers inside the top 50 during the preseason (per Fantasy Pros).  Even worse, zero RB’s finished inside the top 6 scorers. The consensus top 3 picks heading into the season?  Arian Foster, Ray Rice, and LeSean McCoy – all running backs. If so many running backs are failing to live up to expectations, why do they still receive so much love from fantasy owners on draft day?  You can certainly make the case for position scarcity.  With the number of committee attacks in the NFL at an all time high, 20 plus carry bell cows have gone the way of the Aurochs (the original bell cow – see what I did there?).  It stands to reason that there’s a clear benefit to grabbing one of the few remaining feature

Lacy in contention for EA Sports cover

Eddie Lacy is among four in contention to be on the EA Sports NCAA Football ’14 cover. If he's chosen, Lacy will become the third Alabama running back honored on the cover.

Report: Alabama RB Eddie Lacy Hurts Hamstring, Won’t Run At NFL Combine

Stud Alabama running back Eddie Lacy won’t be able to continue the momentum he started in the BCS National Championship game. Lacy’s who stock has been rising, reportedly suffered a hamstring injury, and won’t run at the NFL Combine according to Adam Schefter. Alabama RB Eddie Lacy will not work out at combine after suffering small tear in some tissue around his hamstring while...

Alabama RB Eddie Lacy Will Not Workout At The Combine Due To Injury

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Alabama RB Eddie Lacy will not work out at this year’s NFL Combine after he suffered a “small tear in some tissue around his hamstring” last week. Although it doesn’t sound like anything major, it’s certainly disappointing given that Lacy is one of the more intriguing players in this year’s draft class. Many have him as the best...

Eddie Lacy won’t work out at the combine due to a hamstring injury

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, former Alabama running back Eddie Lacy will not work out at the NFL combine due to a hamstring injury. Alabama RB Eddie Lacy will not work out at combine after suffering small tear in some tissue around his hamstring while training last week. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 18, 2013 Lacy will likely work out at the Alabama pro day...

NFL Combine: Alabama RB Eddie Lacy won’t run at Combine

After learning yesterday that USC QB Matt Barkley won’t be throwing at the NFL Combine later this week, we now learn that the top rated running back won’t be running either. ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted that Eddie Lacy suffered a partial tear of his hamstring while working out last week. Schefter reports that Lacy hopes to be able to run at Alabama’s Pro Day on March 13....

Report: Lacy won't participate in combine

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Alabama running back Eddie Lacy has injured his hamstring and will not participate in this week's NFL Scouting Combine.

Cream of the 2013 NFL Draft crop: Running backs

This is the third edition of an eight-part series noting the top prospects of the 2013 NFL Draft at their respective positions. THE RUNNING BACK PROSPECTS: Giovani Bernard, Eddie Lacy, Stepfan Taylor, Montee Ball, Jawan Jamison.Giovani Bernard (5-10, 205 lb.), North CarolinaAveraged nearly 7 yards per carry in 2012 and was third on his team in receptions with 47, adding nearly 500...
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