"If we had any concern about any of the guys," McCarthy explained, "they wouldn't be on the field."
Lacy maintained his conditioning is "exactly where I want it to be."
"I've always been big. I'm a power back," Lacy said, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "I get the tough yards and I'm fast enough to get around the outside and make big plays. No, I don't have any problem with any aspect of the game.' "
"I'll tell you what, when defenses see him and see his tape, they say, 'The bigger they are, the harder they're bringing that wood when they're coming downhill,' " Daniels said. "They're not looking at it laughing. They're looking at it like, 'Crap.' The people who know, they're looking at that like, 'That boy has some weight to him. He ain't going to go down easy."
Describing Lacy's running style, McCarthy said Lacy "definitely falls in the category of a 'big back,' and big backs fall forward." McCarthy specifically mentioned the red zone as an area where Lacy will help the Packers this season.
Other nuggets from McCarthy's Tuesday presser:
» Starting cornerback Tramon Williams might be out a couple of weeks after sustaining a knee injury in practice. McCarthy is not concerned that the injury is of a serious nature. A source informed of the injury told NFL.com's Ian Rapoport that it's a cartilage issue as opposed to a ligament tear. Williams already underwent an MRI, and the expectation is that the injury is indeed minor.