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Pro Football Focus, a noted football stats site, has sifted through three years of NFL data to comprise a healthy number of rankings. We highlighted how the Packers fared in many of their signature stats.

The Packers running back is focused on protecting Aaron Rodgers this season, and staying healthy so he can be on the field to protect him.

Free agent RB Ryan Grant has fielded interest from a pair of NFL teams. But where is his most likely destination this offseason? Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Packers running back Alex Green is still rehabbing an ACL injury he suffered last season, but he appears on track for a training camp return.

James Starks has had too many injuries and mental errors to count on him early in his professional career. That will have to change if he's going to be a featured running back.

While James Starks has issues staying healthy, Ryan Grant has given the Packers stability at the running back position the past month and a half.

Head coach Mike McCarthy said on Monday that he expects to get everyone else back in time for the playoffs.

Meanwhile, defensive lineman Ryan Pickett remained out with a concussion as the Packers returned to practice on Wednesday.

After suffering his second concussion of the 2011 season, the Packers are holding the defensive lineman out of Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Neither James Starks nor Brandon Saine practiced on Wednesday, leaving the Packers with only two healthy running backs at the moment.

James Starks and Desmond Bishop have been ruled out for Sunday's game at Lambeau Field. By rule, at least five more players must join them on the inactive list. We have the prediction.

Starks needs to practice this afternoon if he's going to play against the Raiders on Sunday.

Chad Clifton has been ruled out for Sunday's game. Everyone else besides him and Starks have been listed as probable.

On today's episode we preview the Packers-Lions game on Thursday and talk about how the running backs must share the load with James Starks fighting his way back from injury.

The final injury report before the Packers play the Lions tomorrow on Thanksgiving will be released this afternoon.

Only Chad Clifton was held out of today's Packers practice, while Calvin Johnson left practice for the Lions.

Jordy Nelson had another phenomenal game, while Sam Shields had his share of struggles in the secondary. But who else earned our weekly distinctions in the Packers victory over Tampa Bay?

Running back James Starks has been better since a Week 3 performance against the Bears. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The Packers are one of only two teams in the NFL that have a running back tandem both rushing for at least 175 yards.

James Starks left way too many yards on the field against the Bears.

Jermichael Finley had a dominating performance while Charlie Peprah had one to forget. But who else earned our weekly distinctions in a Packers win over the Bears?

James Starks has seen his playing time increase as his pass protection technique has improved.

Running back James Starks will be the guest on the Mike McCarthy Show this evening that airs at 6:30 p.m. local time.

Ryan Grant has a role to play on this team - as the backup to James Starks.

With a day to digest the win, Max gives a few of his reflections on Sunday's 30-23 victory over the Carolina Panthers.

Charles Woodson was a good play merchant while Randall Cobb had one big mistake. But who else will join them in our weekly "Chips Report" in the Packers' Week 2 win over the Panthers?

The average age of the Packers is younger than only the Buccaneers. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Do the Packers have to choose between the two running backs, or does the pair working together create the best weapon for the offense?

Running back James Starks played every snap but one on third downs in the first half with the Packers' first-string offense.

From a season that sees Ryan Grant score double-digit touchdowns to the end of Quinn Johnson's road in Green Bay, we look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the running backs in 2011.