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Running back Eddie Lacy has spent four years with the Green Bay Packers after being selected in the 2nd round of the 2013 NFL Draft. He broke out in his rookie season, steadying a Packers offense missing injured quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
In Lacy's 2016 and 2015 campaigns, injuries and conditioning concerns have held back the star running back from his full potential.
Now expected to become a free agent on March 9, 2017, here's the latest posts from The Power Sweep on running back Eddie Lacy:
With the benefit of hindsight, here’s a quick thought on each of the Packers’ picks that season:
Hosts Jon Meerdink and Gary Zilavy analyze the latest Packers free agent signings and departures, including two athletic tight ends and a cornerback who started his career in Green Bay.
The draft picks from 2013 helped the Packers make two of the last three NFC Championship Games, but now only one player remains on the roster. Here’s how it happened:
Here's the impact of Eddie Lacy leaving the Packers for a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks.
Remember the best plays from the Packers free agents in GIF form.
Hosts Jon Meerdink and Gary Zilavy interview NFL Draft expert Tony Pauline and recap the start of the Packers' six game winning streak.
Lacy and the Packers are showing mutual interest in a return, according to an interview with the running back.
Between high-end free agents, growing frustration with Lacy, and the depth at running back in the NFL Draft, it's going to be an interesting few weeks.
An unproven Cowboys team passes a test from a struggling Packers team.
Could the Packers be in the market for one of the best young running backs available in free agency?
The Power Sweep’s Jon Meerdink joined host Brian Carriveau on Cheesehead TV’s Railbird Central on Friday to discuss the Packers future at the running back position.
Adrian Peterson could be an attractive option for Green Bay because he fits the mold of a potential free agent target.
Lacy averaged a career-high 5.1 yards per carry in 2016, but has only appeared in 17 contests over the past two seasons.
Hosts Jon Meerdink and Gary Zilavy unpack the headlines and take a quick look back at the first four games of the Packers regular season.
Packers running back Eddie Lacy may not be in line for as big of a payday as first expected.
Could Peterson be the next free agent signing for Green Bay from an NFC North division opponent?