That leaves Jones, the Packers first round selection, as the only Packer waiting to sign on the bottom line.
With Lacy now in the fold, the Packers have their offensive backfield set as the Packers now have Lacy, fellow rookie Johnathan Franklin, James Starks, DuJuan Harris and Alex Green all set to start officially competing for the starting role with a Packers offense that is going through some major changes, but is still expected to be an explosive unit.
Lacy, the Packers second round selection last month, brings a power running attack to the field – something the team hasn’t see in years. He has extreme lower leg strength and balance that makes him difficult to bring down on the first hit. Is that something the Packers need considering they have the best quarterback in the league under center?
Well, if you’re interested in balance, yes, Lacy brings an element to the team that should help them in the long run and especially late in games and late in the season.
Though the Packers have as yet not officially announced Lacy’s signing, expect the word to come down from on top sometime tomorrow morning.
The Rob Demovsky tweeted the news earlier tonight, saying ESPN was the first to make the announcement.