The Green Bay Packers have some questions at running back entering the offseason. The one known is Ty Montgomery, but can he carry the load?
Despite his suggesting otherwise, it has been confirmed that Eddie Lacy would not have been healthy enough to return to the Green Bay Packers this season.
Sam Shields and Eddie Lacy are officially done for the season and maybe their Green Bay Packers' careers. The Packers activated Makinton Dorleant from IR instead
We had written Eddie Lacy off for the season, but he still thinks he can return from his injury. That could affect the Green Bay Packers and Sam Shields.
If you were wondering if the Green Bay Packers would recall corner Sam Shields or running back Eddie Lacy from IR, the answer now seems pretty clear.
Yes, we're going to dissect the Green Bay Packers' win over the Chicago Bears. We're also going to discuss the fuckery of Eddie Lacy and what that means.
The Green Bay Packers failed Eddie Lacy and their offense by playing him when he was too injured to play. However, it isn't the first time this has happened.
The Green Bay Packers' total failure is now complete. Running back Eddie Lacy has been sent to IR, which has plenty of ramifications. Here's who's to blame.
The Green Bay Packers will likely be without Eddie Lacy for several weeks. Why? Failure from above. If you thought things were bad before, just you wait.
The Green Bay Packers will reportedly be without running back Eddie Lacy on Thursday. That will prompt another roster move besides Knile Davis.
The Green Bay Packers could certainly use another running back, but a move does not appear to be imminent. There are really only two obvious candidates.
Even if they don't have any running backs, the Green Bay Packers still have an option for the running game. You just have to go back years to find it.
The Green Bay Packers have listed their only two non-fullback running backs as questionable on the Friday injury report. That begs the question: now what?
Eddie Lacy and James Starks are injured, which potentially creates the nightmare scenario we warned of when we implored the Packers to address their running back depth.
The Green Bay Packers looked like they might be in danger of losing Randall Cobb and Eddie Lacy to injury. That does not appear to be a concern today.
The Total Packers podcast looks at the Green Bay Packers' win over the Detroit Lions. The good, the bad and the ugly, of which there was plenty of each.