Found January 21, 2014 on The Pack Mentality:
It seems that Ben McAdoo is looking to make the Packers East in the Big Apple. It was already reported that McAdoo is going to make a play for Andrew Quarless during free agency and now it also seems like McAdoo wants to add James Starks to the Giants roster: The first report surfaced just a couple of days after McAdoo accepted the offensive coordinator’s position with the New York Giants. That report stated that the Giants would go after Packers tight end Andrew Quarless. Only a couple of days later, it was reported that the Giants may also show an interest in free agent running back James Starks, who had a successful season backing up rookie Eddie Lacy, though he did miss a couple of games because of a leg injury. The worrying part is that Starks makes sense for the Giants. The team has little running back depth behind Andre Brown and David Wilson just had neck surgery and his NFL future is in doubt. Meanwhile, the Packers could definitely use Starks as a change of pac...
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