Eddie Lacy's weight loss has impressed his Green Bay Packers' teammates.
When they last saw Lacy, he was being called out by Mike McCarthy, who said his running back "cannot play at the weight he was at [last] year."
"I was going to crack a joke, but I won't. He looked good," Nelson said Monday. "We're glad to have everyone back, get ready to work. That will be for him to answer. I didn't ask him how much he weighed or his percent body fat or how fast he ran."
Lacy has lost between 15-18 pounds since the end of last season.
McCarthy denied a report that the Packers told Lacy to lose 30 pounds.
Lacy spent most of the last three months working out under the guidance of P90X founder Tony Horton, first in Wyoming and then in California.
"He looked good," Aaron Rodgers said. "Obviously been doing a lot of P90X."