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Packers Calendar: Eddie Lacy with Opportunity to Discuss Injury

Packers running back Eddie Lacy will have an opportunity to discuss his recent ankle injury on Monday evening when he's a guest on Packers Live, according to Dan Koob of WGBA in Green Bay.

Packers Live with host Larry McCarren will be shown on a statewide network of seven stations, including NBC26 in Green Bay and TMJ4 in Milwaukee. Complete listings can be found on the Packers official website. The show is shot in front of a live studio audience inside the Legends Club at 6:30 p.m. CT and open to the public.

Lacy aggravated his sprained ankle for a second consecutive game on Sunday against the Steelers, but for the first time, he wasn't able to return to the game. He had originally injured the ankle Dec. 8 against the Falcons and then re-injured it last week against the Cowboys. Both times Lacy exited but later returned.

Luckily for Lacy, he was able to rack up 84 rushing yards before leaving the Steelers game, setting the franchise record for single season rushing yards for a rookie, breaking the record previously held by John Brockington back in 1971.

Lacy will have an opportunity to discuss these topics and whether he'll be available for the Packers' upcoming game against the Bears next Sunday, although he may not have a clear picture still six days away from the next showdown.

The Packers rookie running back wasn't the only player injured on Sunday. Linebacker Clay Matthews and cornerback Micah Hyde were other injuries of note coming out of the Steelers game, and head coach Mike McCarthy will likely be asked about these players at his weekly day-after-game press conference.

Before the taping of his weekly television show, McCarthy will discuss Sunday's game with the local media at 2:00 p.m. CT, which will be streamed live on the team's official website.

McCarthy will then record his weekly Mike McCarthy Show at 4:00 p.m. inside Lambeau Field on the 4th Floor Associated Bank Club level in front of a studio audience, but the show won't air on television until Tuesday.

Later on Monday evening, fullback John Kuhn will host Clubhouse Live. The show will be held at the Clubhouse Sports Bar & Grill in Appleton in front of a live studio audience and streamed online at starting at 6:30 p.m. Linebacker Brad Jones will be the guest, according to the show's Facebook page.

At 5:30 p.m. on Monday evening, Inside the Huddle airs on Fox 11 in Green Bay, hosted by wide receiver Jordy Nelson.

Inside the Huddle appears on a statewide network of television stations on other days of the week with the entire schedule listed at It is recorded in front of a live audience at The Bar in Green Bay.

In other Packers television programming, the Locker Room Show will air at 6:30 p.m. on CBS affiliate WFRV channel 5 in Green Bay.

The show airs in front of a live studio audience at Purcell's inside The Radisson in Green Bay.

On the radio dial, linebacker Nick Perry will appear on The Fifth Quarter from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. at D2 Sports Pub in Green Bay, which can be heard on WTAQ 1360 AM and streamed live on

Then at 6:00 p.m., cornerback Davon House and offensive lineman David Bakhtiari take turns hosting In The Huddle held live at Tanner's Grill and Bar in Kimberly and heard on 95.3 FM WSCO in Appleton, streamed on

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Morgan Mundane's picture

Is it really an ankle injury or that fused toe? You just don't keep having ankle problems. Ankles don't heal week to week. A lot of teams passed on him because of his toe issue.
I thought Bell out played him yesterday but only because of his ability to catch the ball and be more versatile. If fits the Steelers who actually use a back out of the backfield on plays and not to block for a pourous O line. Bell would not fit the Packers scheme of nothingness.

Brian Carriveau's picture

Yes, you do keep having ankle problems. It needs time to heal.

RC Packer Fan's picture

Lacy has been amazing for the Packers. I really can't wait to see what he will look like once fully or mostly healthy, and once he is back with Rodgers.

They will form one hell of a duo.

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Archie's picture

Bell is a nice looking RB. As is Lacy. Different styles but bot both very effective. Tough to predict who will have the better career. But we are happy with out guy. Maybe ecstatic is better word. And I'm sure Steeler fans love their guy. Lots of rally nice RBs were drafted last year. Best RB class I can remember in terms of depth. Considering nobody went in R1, great value too.

RC Packer Fan's picture

Yeah, I really think that each team got the RB they wanted in the end.

Both bring great value to each team. I think Lacy is a little better, but I am a homer too..

But I think that because of what he has been able to do without Rodgers. I can't wait to see him with Rodgers.

As for a career, I'm not sure which will have a better career. I would think Bell's career might last longer, because of the way Lacy runs, but Lacy doesn't have many miles on him yet either...

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