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Ankle ailment no problem for Packers RB Eddie Lacy in Week 4
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Green Bay Packers premier back Eddie Lacy (ankle) is listed as probable for the battle in San Francisco on Sunday.

Lacy was a full participant throughout the week of practice, after sharing work with James Starks in the MNF win over the Chiefs. Lacy will likely handle a larger percentage of the snaps and touches in Week 4, as there's been no indication that his ankle will be a lingering issue.

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Packers RB Eddie Lacy claims little of concern about ankle
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Green Bay Packers featured back Eddie Lacy (ankle) has implied that he's not overly concerned about his ankle, NFL.com reports. "It's not going to be a lingering thing," he said. "It's going away. My rookie year, it really didn't go away."

Lacy suffered an ankle injury in 2013, but he missed only one game and was able to shoulder the rushing load into the postseason.

He did not appear to be favoring the ankle during the win over Kansas City on Monday night, finishing with 46 yards on 10 carries to go with three receptions for 41 yards, all while splitting snaps with James Starks.

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Packers running back James Starks receives 17 carries Monday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Packers running back James Starks finished Monday night's win over the Chiefs with 32 rushing yards on 17 carries and 19 receiving yards on one catch. 

Starks' 18 touches surpassed teammate Eddie Lacy's 13, but the veteran couldn't find much room to run Monday night.

While Starks made good on his lone target, the Chiefs limited his production overall. With another week for Lacy's ankle to receive treatment, Starks will likely see his touches scaled back, but remain decently involved as the Packers' No. 2 tailback in Week 4 against the 49ers.

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Packers RB James Starks could split time with Eddie Lacy
by Rotowire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

If Eddie Lacy (ankle) plays next Monday against the Chiefs, he could split running-back reps with running back James Starks, Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin reports.

In Monday's media session, head coach Mike McCarthy said, "We could play 50/50 with Eddie and James."

Lacy will be consumed with treating his sprained right ankle this week, with Thursday providing the first window into his potential availability in Week 3. In the meantime, Starks will prepare to start after filling in admirably at running back versus the Seahawks on Sunday, when he recorded 20 rushes for 95 yards and four catches (on four targets) for 11 yards. If something approaching an even split of work occurs next Monday, owners would have to temper expectations with regard to Starks' potential output.

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Eddie Lacy keeps James Starks at bay
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Though Packers running James Starks impressed as a change-of-pace option and, later, injury fill-in for starter Eddie Lacy in Week 14, he was back to playing strictly a backup role with Lacy full-go Week 15 at Buffalo, rushing four times for 19 yards.

And really, you should have expected as much. Week 14 was Lacy's third game in four with at least 90 rushing yards. He has not just one touchdown, but two, in three of his last five. He's back to being the first-round back you drafted him to be.

Starks, with his average of 4.2 yards per carry, is a fine handcuff option, and you certainly weren't wrong to add him given the concern over Lacy's hip, but yeah, Lacy is here to stay, putting up stud numbers even against a Bills defense that entered the day ranked eighth against the run.

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