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With James Starks' knee injury to keep him out for "multiple" weeks, the Packers brought back a familiar face, Ryan Grant. Grant is fifth on Green Bay's all-time rushing list, running for 4,016 yards and 25 touchdowns from 2007-11.
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Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin is reporting that running back James Starks may be out for the season with a knee injury.
Starks has battled numerous injuries dating back to his college days at Buffalo. He was forced to sit out the Packers’ first five games of the 2012 season with a significant turf toe injury.
But since returning to the field, Starks has...
According to ESPNWisconsin.com, Green Bay Packers running back James Starks suffered a significant knee injury during this past Sunday’s win over the Vikings that he could be placed on injured reserve and miss the rest of the season. According to an NFL source, Starks was later diagnosed with a knee injury, suffered during Sunday’s 23-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings, and...
The loss of Starks is a big blow to Green Bay’s running game
Injury news and updates are no suprise to the Green Bay Packers nor Packers fans this year. But a surprising bit of news came on Tuesday that running back James Starks suffered a knee injury in Sunday’s victory over the Minnesota Vikings and the injury may end his season. The injury appeared to have occurred with...
According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy has indicated that running back James Starks will miss multiple weeks due a knee injury he suffered this past week.
MM: Starks’ injury will be “multiple weeks.” Flared up Monday. Thought it was a bruise.
— Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) December 5, 2012
The good news is that Starks...
Green Bay Packers running back James Starks sustained a knee
injury Sunday during the team’s contest against the Minnesota Vikings, and
there’s a chance he’ll be placed on the season-ending injured reserve list this
week, according to ESPN Milwaukee.
According to an NFL source, Starks was later diagnosed with
a knee injury, suffered during Sunday’s 23-14 victory over...
Packers running back James Starks injured his knee in Sunday's victory over Minnesota and could be done for the season. SOURCE: ESPNMilwaukee.comFantasy Spin:"It's not an ACL," an NFL source said. The injury isn't expected to require surgery, but the Packers are considering putting the running back on injured reserve anyway to open up a roster spot for a healthy...
Packers running back James Starks (knee) will miss "multiple weeks," according to coach Mike McCarthy. SOURCE: Tyler Dunne, Milwaukee Journal-SentinelFantasy Spin:Starks injured his knee Sunday versus the Vikings. The Packers re-signed Ryan Grant, but we suspect that move was made only because he's familiar with the system; Grant was released by Washington earlier this...
Jason Wilde of ESPN Milwaukee reports that a source has informed him that Packers RB James Starks could be done for the season after he suffered knee injury during Sunday’s win over the Vikings.
Wilde’s source adds that the injury is not to his ACL and will not require surgery, but is obviously concerning enough that he his season could be done.
The Packers continue to deal...
Running back Ryan Grant is returning to the Green Bay Packers to help shore up a position where they've been hard hit by injuries. Grant indicated that he would be back with the team, ESPN.com reported Wednesday. The Packers didn't sign the veteran during the offseason. Instead, they went with former Cincinnati running back Cedric Benson, who is injured and out for the...
Green Bay Packers running back James Starks, wide receiver
Jordy Nelson and linebacker Clay Matthews were among the players missing from
Coach Mike McCarthy confirmed that Starks’ knee injury will
keep him out for multiple weeks. It was reported Tuesday that the running back
could potentially be sidelined for the season due to the knee injury he
Ryan Grant, with 4,000 career rushing yards and his 30th birthday on Sunday, replaces James Starks in the Packers' backfield, Packer Report has confirmed.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Packers have signed free-agent running back Ryan Grant and will likely place running back James Starks on injured reserve, according to Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin.com.
This is a return to Green Bay for Grant, who played five seasons with the Packers from 2007 to 2011 and ran for 1,200-plus yards in two of them.
Grant, who will turn 30 Sunday, was not re...
Jason Wilde reports that the Green Bay Packers have reached an agreement with their former running back Ryan Grant.
This comes shortly after reports surfaced that James Starks could be done for the season. Grant drew little interest on the open market, despite trying out for a number of teams this year, so there are definitely some questions regarding skill set at this point in...
According to Jason Wilde of ESPNMilwaukee.com, running back Ryan Grant is re-signing with the Green Bay Packers.
The #Packers and @ryangrant25 have agreed to terms and the running back will sign with his old team this morning, per Grant.
— Jason Wilde (@jasonjwilde) December 5, 2012
The Packers are clearly desperate for help at the running back position with Cedric Benson done...