GREEN BAY, Wis. Nearly four weeks into the regular season, the Packers have surprisingly become a relatively healthy group. Entering their game Sunday at home against the New Orleans Saints, coach Mike McCarthy had to list only one player as out (rookie safety Sean Richardson) and one player as questionable (cornerback Davon House).
Aside from those two, the other six players on Green Bay's injury report are probable, with the remaining 45 on the roster playing without any notable issues.
Sunday will likely be the 2012 regular season debut of running back James Starks, who has been out of action since the second week of the preseason with a turf toe injury. Starks, the team's leading rusher last season, was a full participant in all three practices this week and is probable.
Starks entered training camp as the No. 1 running back, but when he got hurt, the Packers signed veteran Cedric Benson, who has since become the starter.
"We're starting to see (Starks) bac...