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Asthma won't keep Lacy down

5:44 PM, Nov. 25, 2013
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Packers running back Eddie Lacy said he will "keep taking his inhaler" to combat occasional asthma flare-ups, such as the one that occurred during the Vikings game on Sunday.

"I have flare-ups when it's colder," said Lacy, who has dealt with asthma since he was born. "It's not an every-day thing. It's random pretty much."

Lacy, who came out of the game in overtime, said he went to the locker room to get his inhaler. ...

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