Lacy said he was downstairs at the team hotel at the time.
"Just be aware of time, honestly," Lacy said of what he learned from the discipline, via the Green Bay Press-Gazette. "It's a life lesson. It's a lesson learned, and then it's something that you move forward from."
Lacy said he spoke with McCarthy before the game but wouldn't divulge the extent of the discussion.
"We had a conversation internally," Lacy said, "and they know that whenever I'm out on the field I'm going to do exactly what I have to do. I'm not a guy that makes a lot of mistakes, or bad things off the field either. So that's something they know they don't have to worry about.
"We put it behind us, and we're moving forward. I think we both got things out in that conversation, and we're both moving forward from that incident."
Lacy added it was "devastating" to see Harris cut.
With the incident behind him, we'll see if Lacy will pick up where he left off -- with back-to-back 100-yard performances.