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Eddie Lacy Reportedly Seen in Orthopedic Walking Boot

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Eddie Lacy Reportedly Seen in Orthopedic Walking Boot

From Jason Wilde of

Following a sprained ankle suffered in the Packers' last game on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, Lacy has yet to practice this week, although head coach Mike McCarthy left open the possibility that he would be able to take part in Friday's prep session.

Lacy has not been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys, and in fact, did return to action last week after initially injuring his ankle.


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Evan's picture

Stick some cleats on the bottom of that thing and he'll be fine.

Derek in CO's picture

Hey MM, now was it worth it? Idiot.

4thand1's picture

So MM knows a hell of a lot more than you when it comes to football. What does that make you?

RunAndHyde's picture N to think I took a holiday @ work for this game lol.

Point Packer's picture

Go ahead and defend that stupid play call again. Please.

4thand1's picture

So take a knee and show the Falcons your going to quit. I'm sure the Falcons if anything were expecting a pass, so maybe he breaks a long run. looks nice on the stat sheet anyway. What if they tried a long pass and Jordy got hurt? I think he's sending a message to his team, we're going to play every down. Defended.

jeremy's picture

Or put Starks in...

TommyG's picture


cLowNEY42's picture

Overheard in the locker room:

"Well, I was going to shut it down for the rest of the game... BUT COACH CALLED A RUN PLAY TO END THE HALF INSTEAD OF TAKING A KNEE!!! THAT REALLY PUMPS ME UP!!! I'M READY TO ROLL NOW!!!"

4thand1's picture

You've been on a witch hunt all year when it comes MM, so now you think you've got something concrete and have a few trolls tagging along. Fail.

WKUPackFan's picture

Witch hunts only work if a person has the power to see them to fruition. Cow/Clowney doesn't, making him the worst possible thing he could be in his own mind, irrelevant.

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cLowNEY42's picture

Not ripping MM.
Never ripped the play call (although - you have to admit... it did seem like a throw-away type of play. didn't make much sense).

I was simply (sarcastically) making fun of anyone who might think that MM's running the ball on a useless end of the half play, could in any way send any sort of a message to his team.

Do you (or anyone else) really think that the team played harder in the second half because they ran the ball with Lacy instead of taking a knee before running into the tunnel?


Nononsense's picture

After seeing the replay of his injury it looked really bad, not just some simple little sprain. I wouldn't be surprised to hear he actually tore some ligaments or something. The way it rolled with a guy on his back I was surprised he was able to play on it at all the rest of the game.

Stroh's picture

What do you think a sprain is? Torn ligaments, whether partial or fully! Epic fail...

The TKstinator's picture

Are we sure it wasn't just some kind of Man Ugg? These young guys are much more fashion forward than we may be used to.

Point Packer's picture

Thanks Tom Brady.

The TKstinator's picture

Heh heh heh

TommyG's picture

Just to mess with the media, I'd love to see one of the NFL superstars to get photographed wheeling around in a wheelchair ala Christopher Reeve
on a random monday or tuesday.

4thand1's picture

What gets me is, the team is banged up and struggling. Rather than support them and come up with positives, its finger pointing and blaming. This is usually the behavior of adolescents found in elementary school. I want what I want, and I want it now. Its all your fault MM and TT. There will be no dynasties in the NFL anymore. Put a playoff caliber team on the field every year and anything can happen.

Point Packer's picture

"What gets me is, the team is banged up and struggling. Rather than support them and come up with positives, its finger pointing and blaming."

Sure, because the players, GM and coaches surely read the comments on CHTV on a weekly if not daily basis...

4thand1's picture

I rest my case. Next year junior high?

murphy's picture

You are part of the problem.

Be part of the solution.

4htand1's picture

And miss all the fun? Naaawwwww

RC Packer Fan's picture

I'm willing to bet Lacy plays. He is a beast. He might not take most of the reps, but I am willing to bet he plays a lot.

He is a tough SOB! He will play.

But they will use Starks a lot more this weekend, which I think is ok because Starks has very good speed and should hopefully be able to break a few runs.

Steven's picture

I want a safety like sean taylor!!!!!

Stroh's picture

So Does EVERY team in the NFL. Taylor was unique. Outstanding size, outstanding athletic ability. Tremendous ball skills. Intimidating. He was the complete package. That's why he was drafted in the Top 5. There hasn't been a safety w/ his attributes since.

A lot of teams have tried many have failed.

4htand1's picture

Maybe Hyde will surprise a lot of people. He has the makings of a play maker in the secondary.

RunAndHyde's picture

But if BDawkins and Ed Reed had a baby........

The TKstinator's picture

I'd like to un-read that one.

FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

Ed Reed and Steve Atwater... That would be one ballhawking, hard hitting sumbitch, yo.

RunAndHyde's picture

Mel Blount /Dick Lebeau

cLowNEY42's picture

Chuck Cecil and Travis Jervey's tiger.

RunAndHyde's picture

Speaking of ex players. You guys notice that Chris Collinsworths' kid is a cb for Stanford...pretty decent one too. I thought it was pretty cool.

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