Eddie Lacy may be gone from the Green Bay Packers, but he left a nice legacy in his wake.
The running back launched a two-day garage sale at his home in suburban Green Bay on Friday, as fans lined his street by the dozens in attempt to purchase items.
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T-shirts, unused Under Armour cleats, Packers hoodies and more were all gone in a matter of hours. The sale was supposed to continue on Saturday, but Lacy ran out of items to sell by dinnertime Friday.
Lacy is donating 100 percent of the proceeds to charity. Originally items that went unsold were to be donated to Freedom House in Green Bay, which serves area families in need of housing.
Lacy, a star in college at Alabama, spent his first four seasons with the Packers and rushed for 3,435 yards and 23 touchdowns. He signed with the Seattle Seahawks as a free agent during the offseason.