Packers' Eddie Lacy goes down with hurt ankle in win

The Packers already lost their star receiver for the season. Now they're at risk of being without their leading rusher.

Packers running back Eddie Lacy was carted into the locker room with an ankle injury in the first quarter of Green Bay's Sunday night win over the Seahawks. The Packers announced after halftime that Lacy would not return, but NFL Media's Albert Breer later reported that X-rays on Lacy's ankle came back negative.

Soon after, Davante Adams went into the locker room with a similar issue. Adams missed most of the first half with an ankle injury, but returned to the field early in the third quarter.

Lacy had just three carries for nine yards before exiting.

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