Found November 20, 2011 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
GREEN BAY, Wis. The injury to Packers running back James Starks may not be nearly as serious as it originally looked on the field.In the locker room following the game, Starks said he was fine.Coach Mike McCarthy announced that it was a knee sprain, adding that he wont know more information until Monday morning.Starks was injured on a run late in the fourth quarter. Trainers came on the field and had to assist Starks to the sideline.Wide receiver Greg Jennings also missed plays at the end of the game, but McCarthy said that it was a shin bruise or something, with more information being available Monday.Follow Paul Imig on Twitter
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