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10/01/15 - RB Eddie Lacy (ankle) practiced in full Thursday for the second straight day and says he will be "ready to go" for Sunday's game at San Francisco. Lacy said after practice Thursday that he didn't do any further damage to his sprained right ankle Monday night, when the team's featured back split most of the snaps with top backup James Starks in the unbeaten Packers' 38-28 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. "It's not going to be a lingering injury; it's going away," said Lacy, adding the severity of the injury pales in comparison to that for the same ankle during the final month of his first pro season in 2013. "My rookie year, it really didn't go away."
09/30/15 - RB Eddie Lacy (ankle) went through the full practice Wednesday, when the Packers started their on-field preparations for the game Sunday at the San Francisco 49ers. That's an encouraging sign after the featured back had his workload scaled back in the Monday night win over the Kansas City Chiefs, a week after he suffered a sprained right ankle.
09/29/15 - RB Eddie Lacy (ankle) made the start in the 38-28 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday, but he purposely had a reduced workload. Eight days after Lacy was knocked out of Green Bay's victory over the Seattle Seahawks early in the game, the featured back played only 31 of 76 offensive snaps. "We have to be smart with Eddie," head coach Mike McCarthy said afterward. Lacy, who rushed for a team-high 46 yards in 10 carries, wound up in a platoon with James Starks. In for 39 plays, Starks had 17 carries for 32 yards and also one reception for 19 yards. "We really wanted to rotate Eddie and James, probably more James than Eddie, going into the game was my thought," McCarthy said. Undrafted rookie Alonzo Harris, the team's other halfback, was on the field for four plays in his belated season debut and contributed a 16-yard run on the first of his two carries.
09/25/15 - RB Eddie Lacy returned to practice Friday, five days after he suffered a game-ending sprained ankle in the opening minutes of the Packers' Week 2 win over the Seattle Seahawks. Although Lacy had limited work in practice, he was involved in team drills. Afterward, the team's lead back expressed optimism that he will play Monday night against the Kansas City Chiefs. "It's definitely a day-by-day thing," Lacy said. "We're not ruling anything out. And, if I wake up tomorrow and I don't feel like I went backwards, then rehab is definitely going to make it feel better for game time." The Packers wrap up their on-field preparations Sunday.
09/21/15 - RB Eddie Lacy sustained an ankle injury in the first quarter and didn't return to the game. The Packers did not have an update on the severity of the injury after the game. In his place, James Starks carried 20 times for 95 yards, including a 35-yard run. "I'm always ready," Starks said. "Me and Eddie push each other. He's going to always push me, and I'm going to always push him. If there's an opportunity there for me, I'm going to try to make the most out of it."