Packers reportedly want Eddie Lacy to lose 30 pounds this offseason

Night net null Packers coach Mike McCarthy said in January that star running back Eddie Lacy was heavy this season. Well, it turns out he was about 30 pounds overweight.According to Night net Media, the Packers want Lacy to lose 30 pounds this offseason after the third-year pro registered career lows in carries (187), yards (758), yards per carry (4.05), touchdowns (three), catches (20) and receiving yards (188) in 2015. Lacy weighed in at 231 pounds during the 2013 Combine, but is suspected to currently weigh north of 250 pounds. It was clear the former Alabama star didn't have his full range of movement this season.MORE: 5 potential homes for Johnny Manziel | Packers coach was hospitalized for illness  Shedding weight could also help keep Lacy on the field. The former second-round pick only missed one game last season, but he was either limited or left early in several other

s.Green Bay had an able backup in James Starks, but he's an unrestricted free agent this offseason and could sign elsewhere as a starter. The Packers need Lacy and Jordy Nelson back in Pro Bowl form next season if they are going to make a Super Bowl run.