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Lacy calls right foot soreness 'random' injury

Ryan Wood
USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin
Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy runs a drill during training camp practice at Ray Nitschke Field on Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015.

Eddie Lacy said the right foot soreness that limited his training camp reps earlier this week was a "random" injury, and he doesn't expect it to linger.

The Green Bay Packers third-year running back has a history of foot problems. He had surgery to repair lingering turf toe in 2011, following his sophomore season at Alabama. It's the same foot that forced him to miss the end of Tuesday's practice, but Lacy said the injury was unrelated.

"It just started getting sore," Lacy said. "I practiced, and then it happened like towards the end, and then I came in, got a little treatment – a lot of treatment – and I was able to get back out there and keep practicing."

After an off day Wednesday, the Packers tailback has practiced Thursday and Friday. Lacy said his foot feels good, and he expects it to stay that way.

"Yeah, I'm cool now," Lacy said. "I think it was just a random thing."

-- rwood@gannett.com and follow him on Twitter @ByRyanWood