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11/26/13 - Playing indoors at Detroit's Ford Field on Thursday is more to Eddie Lacy's liking now that winter-like conditions have taken hold in Green Bay.
Lacy attributed an asthma attack he had during a portion of the full overtime period in the Packers' 26-26 tie with Minnesota on Sunday to the prevailing subfreezing temperatures at Lambeau Field.
"I have flare-ups (with the asthma) when it's colder," Lacy said. "It's not an everyday thing. It's random pretty much."
Lacy had to be taken to the locker room for a short time to have the asthma treated as the game continued after both teams made a field goal in their first possessions of overtime. Lacy missed Green Bay's second series, a three-and-out, but returned to the field for its final possession that also ended with a punt.
"It pretty much came out of nowhere," Lacy said of the health setback. "I've been in cold weather a bit, not cold like that, but cold enough, and I had no problems with it. So, it didn't cross my mind, at all (Sunday)."
Temperature for the 12 p.m. CST kickoff was 19 degrees with the wind chill at 7.
Lacy, who said he has been afflicted by asthma since birth, never had an attack in a game previously.
The rookie workhorse had one of his most involved games this season Sunday. He touched the football 31 times, including 25 rushing attempts for 110 yards and a touchdown and a personal-best six catches for 48 yards.
Coach Mike McCarthy didn't express concern Tuesday when asked about how Lacy would respond coming off a short rest before having to play again Thursday.
"He's going to play, and he's going to play a lot," McCarthy said. "He carried the ball a bunch Sunday, ran the ball very hard, was physical doing that. He's a young man, and he knows what he needs to do to get ready for the game."
Lacy has averaged 23 carries in the last eight games after he missed the Week 3 loss at Cincinnati because of a concussion. He ranks eighth in the NFL for both rushing yards (8
11/25/13 - RB Eddie Lacy had a big performance in the 26-26 tie with the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. The rookie workhorse attained his third 100-yard rushing output of the season with 110 yards and 25 carries, including a three-yard touchdown, and he also had a career-high six catches for 48 yards. Lacy briefly left the game and went to the locker room in the overtime period when he had his asthma flare up in the cold conditions. Lacy said Monday it was the time he's had to leave a game because of the asthma. "It pretty much came out of nowhere," Lacy said. "I've been in cold weather a bit, not cold like that, but cold enough and I had no problems with it. So, it didn't cross my mind at all (Sunday)." Lacy is expected to be fine for the indoor game against the NFC North rival Lions on Thursday in Detroit.
11/05/13 - RB Eddie Lacy had 22 carries for a career-high 150 yards and a touchdown in the 27-20 loss to Chicago on Monday night. Lacy's rushing output is the second-highest ever by a Packers rookie – Samkon Gado had 171 yards against Detroit on Dec. 11, 2005. Since returning in Week 5 from a one-game absence because of a concussion, Lacy leads the NFL with 545 rushing yards the last five games.
10/28/13 - RB Eddie Lacy had a season-high 29 carries for 94 yards against Minnesota, including a one-yard plunge into the end zone in the third quarter.
10/14/13 - --RB Eddie Lacy had a big performance running the football for the second straight game. A week after having 99 yards in 23 carries in the win over Detroit, the rookie turned 23 rushing attempts into a career-high 120 yards in the 19-17 victory at Baltimore on Sunday. Lacy's ground gains at the expense of the Ravens were immense since the Packers lost top receivers James Jones and Randall Cobb to leg injuries during the first half.