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EDDIE LACY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Eddie Lacy: 2015 Fantasy Football outlook, predictions

Eddie Lacy had another great season in his second year with the Green Bay Packers last year, and is expected to do so once again in 2015. Green Bay depends on Lacy to put up consistent numbers on the ground to take pressure off of Aaron Rodgers and the dynamic aerial attack that they have put together. That being said, what can fans expect to see from Lacy during the 2015 season...
Via Sports-Glory
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Green Bay Packers: Crowded at the running back position

Last year, Eddie Lacy and James Starks shouldered almost all of the workload in the backfield for the Green Bay Packers. There wasn’t much need for a third back, and if there was, John Kuhn filled that void. With running backs frequently getting injured or not performing well, most NFL teams carry four or five running/fullbacks. With two spots filled already, (Eddie Lacy and James...
Via isportsweb.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Eddie Lacy Can’t Ride a Tricycle, Gets Schooled by Kids

Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy is known for his nimble feet on the gridiron, but apparently his football skills don’t translate to tricycle riding. Lacy was at a charity event for Next Door Milwaukee this past weekend and was tasked with taking on a couple of children in a no-holds-barred tricycle race. At the starting line, it appeared the kids had zero chance of defeating...
Via Sportsnaut
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Running Game Will Continue Its Resurgence for Packers

Prior to Eddie Lacy’s arrival in Green Bay, the Packers did not have a rushing game that ranked in the top ten since the 2004 season, when Ahman Green was the starting running back. Since then, Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers have made the team a perennial powerhouse in the passing game, but the running game had consistently ranked in the bottom half of the league.But drafting Lacy...
Via Pro Football Spot
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Packers RB Eddie Lacy Projected No. 1 Fantasy Player

It’s never too early to start doing your homework when it comes to fantasy football. The jeers from your buddies probably haven’t subsided since they defeated you in the playoffs (or worse, you didn’t make the playoffs). ESPN’s fantasy gurus convened their annual fantasy football ranking summit and have released their top 300 for 2015. Suspensions, possible discipline, trades...
Via Pro Football Spot
11 days ago  |  Discuss

This t-shirt dedicated to Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy is the coolest thing ever

Green Bay Packers fans love Eddie Lacy. AROUND COVER32 NFL Mock Draft: Final projections for how the first round will unfold on Thursday night QB Ratings: Which QBs are likely to see their replacements drafted this weekend? This t-shirt might be the coolest Lacy related piece of gear on the market. #LacySundays pic.twitter.com/jTNtazRdSe — Eddie Lacy (@Lil_Eazy_Ana_42) April...
Via cover32
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Eddie Lacy Transforming Into an Elite Running Back

Before Eddie Lacy’s arrival in Green Bay in 2013, the team did not have a consistent threat in the backfield.The Packers experienced a three-year rushing drought prior to drafting Lacy two years ago in the second round with the 61st overall pick. The last time the team had a 1,000-yard rusher was Ryan Grant in 2009 when he rushed for 1,253 yards.Two years into his NFL career, Lacy...
Via Pro Football Spot
April 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Packers Don’t Plan to Overwork Eddie Lacy

Green Bay Packers’ running back Eddie Lacy is entering his third season with the team and the Packers want to make sure not to overwork him this coming year. Last year the Packers lessened Lacy’s touches on early downs. He totaled 246 overall carries in 2014 compared to 284 from his rookie campaign. However, Lacy’s rushing yards remained nearly even with just 39 less rushing...
Via Sportsnaut
March 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Eddie Lacy: Lambeau Leap is 'really, really hard'

The “Lambeau Leap” has been a customary touchdown celebration by the Green Bay Packers since being invented by LeRoy Butler in 1993. However, some players including running back Eddie Lacy say that the celebration, which remains a near requirement, is difficult to perform (via NFL.com). It’s really, really hard. You’ve got a long drive, you exerted a lot of energy getting...
Via Sportsnaut
January 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Eddie Lacy is ‘very blind,’ refuses to wear goggles

Eddie Lacy is on an absolute tear since the Green Bay Packers came out of their Week 9 bye. Imagine the type of damage he would be doing if he could see? So he’s not completely blind, but Lacy does wear contacts. And he’s one of those contact wearers that gets scolded by the eye...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 19, 2014  |  Discuss
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