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Alabama running back Eddie Lacy will not participate in workouts at this week's NFL scouting combine due to a hamstring injury, according to a league source.
While running the 40-yard dash in a mock combine event last week at IMG, Lacy strained his hamstring, which resulted in swelling, soreness and discomfort.
Doctors examined Lacy and conducted an MRI that revealed he suffered a small tear in some tissue around the hamstring.
The doctors, trainers and performance trainers have indicated Lacy would not be able to resume training or be completely healthy to give a representative workout in time for the combine.
Lacy will rehab aggressively and resume training in order to hopefully perform all drills at Alabama's Pro Day on March 13.
The 220-pound Lacy rushed for 1,322 yards and 17 touchdowns at Alabama this past season and has been projected as a first-round selection in the most recent mock drafts by ESPN NFL draft analysts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay.
Alabama running back Ed Lacy will not participate in workouts at this week's NFL scouting combine due to a hamstring injury, according to a league source.