It has been officially confirmed that Green Bay Packers star running back, Eddie Lacy was injured with a concussion in Thursday night’s game against the Seahawks.
Lacy stayed in for another play after he suffered the concussion, and it was clear there was something wrong.
Lacy suffered a concussion in week two against the Redskins in 2013 on his first run play on a hit by Brandon Meriweather. The concussion caused him to miss the next game against the Bengals.
Since this is a long week, Lacy may be able to play against the Jets on September 14th. But because he’s had a previous concussion, it might be smart just to take it slow and keep him out of the week 2 matchup.
In coach McCarthy’s press conference on Friday, he said, “Eddie has completed step one of the concussion process.” That’s a good sign for Lacy to play in week 2.
Eddie Lacy suffered a concussion against Seahawks
— Wes Hodkiewicz (@WesHod) September 5, 2014
Andy Burch is a Converged Broadcast Media major at The University of North Texas, class of 2017. He is currently an intern for BaD Radio at 1310/96.7 The Ticket and a Packers news writer for ALLGBP.com. You can follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Son0fABurch