After averaging more than eight yards per carry on Sunday, James Starks is putting himself in a position for more playing time.
The Packers received some welcome news with a couple injured players returning to practice on Wednesday.
A trio of Packers players have already been ruled out four days in advance of Sunday’s game against Detroit.
Coach Mike McCarthy said that James Starks would get the start on Sunday as the Packers prepare to face the Bengals.
The Packers running back will join the Packers head coach on television affiliates statewide on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. CT.
At the end of training camp, it was questionable whether the Packers would even keep Starks on the roster. Keeping him turned out to be a good decision.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers and running back James Starks were key to the Packers’ statistical achievements in a home-opening win.
Aaron Rodgers and James Starks earned “blue chips” when the Packers had a 400-yard passer and 100-yard rusher for the first time in franchise history.
Joe McKnight offers versatility James Starks just doesn’t possess, particularly on special teams.
A list of six players are named by Cheesehead TV as the biggest question marks on the Packers roster. They’re in need of a good showing in order to make the team’s final 53.
With three years in the books, it’s time to re-examine the 2010 draft class of Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson.
Recently re-signed RB Ryan Grant returns to the Packers Sunday night against the Detroit Lions. With comeback on his mind and snow in the forecast, the setting should be a familiar one for Grant.
The Packers officially announced the signing of Ryan Grant, but it’s a different running back going on IR than most expected.
James Starks’ knee injury might land him on season-ending IR. If that’s the case, Packers GM Ted Thompson will likely have to make a move at the RB position.
The Packers could sign a new player if James Starks is placed on injured reserve. At minimum, they’ll be adding a couple new practice squad players.
ESPN Milwaukee’s Jason Wilde reports the oft-injured Packers running back could be sidelined yet again.
The Packers struggled to find an offensive rhythm, lost a couple players to injury but were able to rush their way to victory on Sunday.
The Packers escaped Ford Field with a victory as the young defensive backfield led the way with turnovers and personal redemption.
With trade talks and fantasy gurus calling for the “Add ‘Em” of James Starks, you might get the impression that Alex Green’s days as a starter are over. You might be wrong, if you apply what we’ve learned about Green and learn from the past.