Green Bay Packers’ Eddie Lacy Stirs Buzz With ‘Fat’ Photo

Green Bay Packers' Eddie Lacy Stirs Buzz With 'Fat' PhotoGreen Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy looks like he put on a lot of weight quickly, or this is just a really bad photo of him.

‘Looking rather large’

According to David Woods of The Scorethe photo on the left is from OTAs earlier this year, and the photo on the right of Lacy looking rather large is from training camp this week. The photo was originally posted on Packers.com before being passed around Twitter on Monday.


‘Bad angle’

In an interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from July 13, Lacy might have given an explanation for his apparent weight gain.

In Green Bay, Lacy admitted, he’s been splurging too much on fast food. During off-season practices, he weighed in at 238 pounds, a high number that, believe it or not, might be kind.

Even if the photo is just a bad angle, it’s clear that Lacy has gained some weight.

Do you think Eddie Lacy is too fat in this photo and therefore should makes some move to lose weight? Will a ‘fat’ Lacy be a disadvantage for the Green Bay Packers? Share your thoughts and opinions with us via the comment box below!

Source: Ken Dorset | Bleacher Report

Image: The Big Lead

Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew Investigated For Alleged Assault

Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew Investigated For Alleged AssaultJacksonville Jaguars star running back Maurice Jones-Drew is under investigation for battery following an incident at a restaurant where he struck a security guard.

‘Misrepresented’

TMZ confirmed that while police initially reported that charges had been filed, they “misrepresented” the situation.

Now, a rep for the S.A.P.D. tells TMZ … they screwed up and “misrepresented” the situation.

According to cops … no charges have been filed against Jones-Drew, however, he IS being investigated for allegedly punching a security guard in the face … and is a “person of interest.”

Cops say Jones-Drew and his attorney are being cooperative with the investigation. After the investigation is complete, we’re told the case will be sent to the State Attorney’s office, which will determine if charges will be filed.


‘Punching a security guard’

The report states Jones-Drew was at The Conch House Marina Resort restaurant in St. Augustine, Florida when security advised a member of his group to stop making contact with a female. Chaos allegedly ensued after the acquaintance got physical with the security guard.

That’s when Jones-Drew reportedly got involved, punching a security guard and causing injuries described as a jaw that was “swollen a great deal and had a large lump.” No broken bones were found in a subsequent hospital trip.

How do you think will this incident affect the NFL career of Maurice Jones-Drew? Feel free to weigh in on his situation.

Source: Tim Daniels, Bleacher Report

Image: Sun Times