Eddie Lacy played running back for the Green Bay Packers at a weight just as close to an offensive lineman as a typical running back in 2015.
Eddie Lacy’s weight has been a big topic of conversation since the season ended. Someone questioned Randall Cobb about it at the Super Bowl this week.
We knew the Green Bay Packers wanted Eddie Lacy to lose weight. Now we know how much. Thirty pounds, which makes Lacy one fat bastard.
This whole Eddie Lacy is fat thing is really starting to come into focus and it turns out the Green Bay Packers are just as much to blame as Lacy is.
Remember when the Green Bay Packers had an issue with too many video games during the season? Running back Eddie Lacy may have been the culprit there.
Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy and his fat ass have a standing offer to train with fitness guru Tony Horton this offseason. Will he take it?
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy had a message for Eddie Lacy on his way out the door. You’re too damn fat.
Message received. Intended response provoked. Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy says he was miserable after getting benched last week.
It’s been a rough ride for Eddie Lacy and the Green Bay Packers this year, but Lacy has reclaimed his role as the team’s No. 1 back. And it’s about time.
In the doghouse no more. Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy has squashed his issues with coach Mike McCarthy and aims to prove his worth on the field.
It sounds like Eddie Lacy is back where he belongs after being demoted last week. That is focused and back on top of the depth chart. That’s good for the Pack.
The Green Bay Packers will not re-sign running back Alonzo Harris to the practice squad. They apparently think he’s a bad influence on Eddie Lacy.
Eddie Lacy was out on the town on Wednesday night and that’s what made him an afterthought when the Green Bay Packers faced the Detroit Lions. Bad Ed!
The fall from grace appears to be complete for Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy. He’s a game-day inactive against the Detroit Lions.
If Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy was trying to light a fire under Eddie Lacy by demoting him, well, that didn’t work. Lacy agrees with the move.
Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy has a groin injury. It isn’t serious, but would it matter if it were? No, because James Starks is the better option.
Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy hasn’t started the season strong. Everyone thinks he’s fat and he knows it. Lacy says that isn’t his problem, though.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy keeps getting asked about running back Eddie Lacy’s weight. Some seem to be suggesting he’s out of shape.
Mike McCarthy was asked about starting James Starks over Eddie Lacy in week 6. He had a lot to say, but history tells us the real reason behind the move.
Not much has changed with Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy. He had no desire to watch football when he was drafted and he still doesn’t.