Found June 16, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
In the news a couple of days ago was the fact that Alex Green was considered the starting running back for the Green Bay Packers before, during, and after OTA’s were over. While most often what goes on at OTA’s doesn’t necessarily translate to what happens when games start to matter, it is worth pointing out to the many people pegging rookie Eddie Lacy as a decent sleeper option for their fantasy football teams. For our rankings, we currently have Eddie Lacy the highest of all the Packers backs and we didn’t give Alex Green even a shot at cracking the top 70. After this news, he will likely be toward the bottom but at least on the list after Johnathan Franklin and DuJuan Harris. This could be a situation to avoid in early drafts till things get sorted out. If you have later drafts during the preseason weeks, it will be easier to nail-down the starter. Alex Green had a lot of potential in 2012 but failed to make a mark in any of his games. In a stretch of three games from weeks 6-8 h...
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