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11/25/15 - RB Eddie Lacy (ankle) went through the team's practice Tuesday as a full participant. That's an encouraging sign for Lacy's readiness for the Thursday night game against the Chicago Bears after he contributed a lot in the Packers' win at the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Lacy had missed the previous game because of a groin injury, but he appears on the injury report this week with the ankle injury that bothered him earlier in the season.
11/23/15 - RB Eddie Lacy ran 22 times for 100 yards. It was the first time this season Lacy crossed the century mark after doing so three times a year ago.
11/23/15 - RB Eddie Lacy has put one big question to rest, so he'll try to answer another one posed by head coach Mike McCarthy.
Lacy helped shake the Packers from the doldrums of a three-game losing streak, rushing for 100 yards for the first time this season in their 30-13 road victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
"He played well," McCarthy said. "He is hitting his stride."
That was an encouraging assessment from McCarthy, given that Lacy missed Green Bay's previous game because of a groin injury and hadn't been right running the football for a few games before that.
After Lacy finally flashed his playmaking capabilities from his first two NFL seasons by running for 100 yards in 22 carries against the Vikings, a cautiously optimistic McCarthy would love to see more of the same later this week.
"Hopefully, he can bounce back quickly for Thursday," McCarthy said.
Back atop the NFC North with a 7-3 record after knocking the Vikings from their solo perch, the Packers host the Chicago Bears for a Thanksgiving night game.
Green Bay didn't practice Monday. However, the team estimated Lacy would have been a limited participant with him still listed on the injury report.
Lacy refused to get into his health status after Sunday's game when asked whether it's the best he's felt in recent weeks.
"It's football. You don't really feel 100 percent," Lacy said. "I'm making the most of my opportunities when I get the chance, and that's what I'm going to continue to do."
Lacy had rushed for all of 78 yards in 33 carries in his previous four games.
A concerted effort to run the football with their rugged halfback, who had been demoted behind James Starks, paid off Sunday. Lacy's 22 carries were his highest since he had 18 for a then-season-high 90 yards in the Week 4 win at the San Francisco 49ers.
"Eddie was really going (Sunday)," quarterback Aaron Rodgers said. "It really looked like he was 100 percent, and he was running tough, breaki
11/20/15 - RB Eddie Lacy (groin) is expected to play at Minnesota after missing Week 10.
Lacy suffered the injury the previous week in a loss at the Carolina Panthers. He managed to practice last week but only in limited fashion.
James Starks made the start at halfback, as coach Mike McCarthy had announced early last week. The Packers struggled running the football without Lacy. Starks had 15 carries for 42 yards, and Green Bay managed a season-low 47 yards on the ground.
11/20/15 - RB Eddie Lacy (groin) was a full participant for the third consecutive day and listed as probable to play against the Vikings.