“We’ll see how he is at practice,” Coach Mike McCarthy said of Lacy, who missed Sunday’s game due to a groin injury. McCarthy said Lacy would be the Packers’ No. 2 running back in Sunday’s game at Minnesota.
Abbrederis sustained a ribs injury in Sunday’s loss to Detroit. The second-year receiver was making a move on increased playing time, but his season would seem to be in jeopardy now.
“Jared Abbrederis is going to be several weeks,” McCarthy said.
“We haven’t been where we’d like,” he said of his team’s struggling offense. “Every year brings different challenges. It’s something we have to overcome. Throwing the football 61 times, that’s excessive.”
“It’s year two of a program. They’re well coordinated. They’re playing faster, quicker. You can see it building. They have a big-time returner,” McCarthy said.
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