GREEN BAY, Wis. -- For the fifth time in his career, Green Bay Packers fourth-year running back James Starks is sidelined with an injury. This time, Starks is dealing with a knee injury that he suffered in Week 3, and it's serious enough that he has already been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions.
"James Starks' injury, I would put him in a category of a couple of weeks," coach Mike McCarthy said Wednesday.
It's the second knee injury of Starks' career (he had one last season, too), adding to a list that also includes injuries to his hamstring, ankle and toe over the past few years.
On Sept. 23, the day after Starks got hurt, he was hopeful that the Packers' bye week would allow enough time for him to heal.
"It's doing good," Starks said Sept. 23. "A little sore, but I'm going to be fine. It just got tumbled on a little wrong, twisted up a little bit."
Starks added that the x-rays taken at the time made it "look like it's going to be good." However, that didn...