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12/18/14 - RB Eddie Lacy said Thursday that a troublesome contact lens is the reason why he's on the injury report this week with an eye injury. "I took my contact out (after attending a promotional event earlier this week), and I guess it just got super irritated," Lacy said. "I don't have a contact in right now. I can't wear one until Saturday, maybe." Lacy, who was a limited participant in practice for the second straight day, said he plans to wear a contact in the infected eye for Sunday's game at Tampa Bay, eschewing suggestions he put on a prescription pair of goggles.
12/17/14 - RB Eddie Lacy remains on the injury report this week, but not for the bruised hip that kept him out of practice most of last week before he had a productive game in the loss at Buffalo on Sunday. Lacy was a limited practice participant Wednesday because of an eye injury. Head coach Mike McCarthy said Lacy's condition wasn't related to the last game. Lacy, who need only 60 rushing yards for a second straight 1,000-yard season, should be OK to play Sunday at Tampa Bay.
12/15/14 - RB Eddie Lacy managed to play and was productive with 108 yards from scrimmage, including 97 yards and a touchdown in 15 carries, in the Packers' 21-13 loss at the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Lacy sustained a bruised hip in Green Bay's win over the Atlanta Falcons on Monday night and didn't practice much during the week.
12/14/14 - RB Eddie Lacy was one of the lone bright spots on the Packers' offense. Lacy opened up the game with a 12-yard rush and finished with 97 yards on 15 carries. He rushed for 57 yards on the Packers lone touchdown drive, which ended with Lacy barreling into the end zone from a yard out. However, when Green Bay fell behind late, it had to abandon the running back. The Packers ran empty-backs sets for much of the fourth quarter, and when they didn't, WR Randall Cobb lined up in the backfield.
12/11/14 - RB Eddie Lacy was on the practice field Wednesday, albeit in limited fashion, less than 48 hours after he sustained a bruised hip in the Packers' 43-37 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Monday night. Head coach Mike McCarthy said Lacy was "in good spirits" for the team's shortened practice and suggested a better indication of the featured back's status for Sunday's game at the Buffalo Bills will come with how much he's able to do on the field Thursday.