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Eddie Lacy Playing Ball with Dane Cook

Another skinny Eddie Lacy sighting.

This time, Lacy was playing basketball with comedian Dane Cook and several others in Los Angeles.

While we’re glad to see Lacy looking fit and being active, should he really be playing basketball? Doesn’t some athlete who plays another sport tear their ACL every offseason playing basketball?

That’s all the Green Bay Packers need.

Lacy gets in shape, tears ACL playing basketball with Dane Cook.

We know he has his fans out there, but the Packers aren’t going anywhere with James Starks starting in the backfield.

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Joseph Bonham

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8 Comments

  1. MGP April 6, 2016

    By your way of thinking, Aaron Rodgers also should not play golf because it can hurt an arm…

  2. Kato April 6, 2016

    That is dumb thinking. You can tear an acl several ways, getting up out of a chair, non contact OTAs like Fowler did for Jacksonville last year.

  3. Ferris April 6, 2016

    Just so I don’t have to watch or listen to Dane Cook, I’m good with it. Basketball keeps you in shape.
    Rodgers could strain his hip flexor banging Olivia Munn.

    1. Phatgzus April 7, 2016

      ^

  4. jtmax April 6, 2016

    In my opinion, you’re more likely to get hurt playing basketball than any team sports. Too many grown men in a small area without any protection and hard surface. I got broken joints, torn achilles, sprained knees all from elbowed, getting stepped on just tackled on a hard surface. I’d rather see Lacy playing soccer if he had to play team sport. Much less dangerous and you get a damn good workout while enhancing footwork which is the big thing for running backs.

  5. Zwoeger April 6, 2016

    Maybe he should do some ballet work out. Tripling those feet, some stretching and all.

  6. Mike Ditka's Mom April 6, 2016

    Fire Thompson!’

  7. bob April 6, 2016

    Easy Eddie’s lookin’ more like the Eddie Express these days. Can’t wait to see him RUN!