Former Green Bay Packers running back James Starks thanks the Packers and says he'll be back. Here's what we think about that notion.
Running back James Starks’ career with the Green Bay Packers — and likely in the NFL — is over. The Packers released Starks on Tuesday. Source: the Packers have cut RB James Starks (non-football injury ...
Green Bay Packers running back James Starks may miss Sunday's game with the Chicago Bears because he got in a car accident on Monday. Whoops!
The Green Bay Packers will likely have two offensive weapons back this week. Both tight end Jared Cook and running back James Starks appear ready to play.
The Green Bay Packers will be getting running back James Starks back sooner rather than later. He returned to practice on Thursday.
Green Bay Packers running back James Starks had knee surgery on Sunday morning, which clouds the team's running game more than ever.
The Green Bay Packers couldn't get better at running back, so they decided to remain the same, which is the theme of the offseason. James Starks is back.
The New England Patriots chose to sign completely below average Donald Brown over James Starks, which says something about Starks and the Packers.
Free agent running back James Starks visited the New England Patriots on Thursday. The Green Bay Packers are still interested, but we can't see why.
The Green Bay Packers are going right back to their two-back approach to running the football. Despite his fumbling problems, James Starks is out of the doghosue.
Mike McCarthy was asked about starting James Starks over Eddie Lacy in week 6. He had a lot to say, but history tells us the real reason behind the move.
Running back James Starks didn't touch the ball once last week against Chicago. Mike McCarthy is aware of this. Mike McCarthy is sorry.
The Green Bay Packers have anointed James Starks as the clear-cut No. 2 guy behind Eddie Lacy. For good reason, but what does it mean for the other guys?
The Green Bay Packers will have the services of running back James Starks for the next two seasons. Good news for the Packers. Bad news for a couple players.
Eddie Lacy and James Starks apparently stole their touchdown celebration from Wisconsin Badgers backs James White and Melvin Gordon. It's all good though.
The Green Bay Packers will have running back James Starks for the first time in three weeks and that apparently means fewer carries for Eddie Lacy.
James Starks is the Green Bay Packers starter at running back, according to coach Mike McCarthy. That will be the case whether Eddie Lacy is a go or not.
The Green Bay Packers may have running back James Starks for their game against the San Francisco 49ers this week. So what? Well, maybe and maybe not.
The Green Bay Packers now expect James Starks to return for the playoffs. What does that mean for the running game? We'll find out.
James Starks season is reportedly over because of a knee injury he suffered on Sunday. The Green Bay Packers will bring back Ryan Grant to take his place.