Data Scout Notes: INJ/DNP-NothingCoaches/PDoak/1st team
Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Packers' picks: Round 6/193 -- James Starks, RB, 6-2, 218, Buffalo: The school's all-time leading rusher is a great unknown after he missed the 2009 season with a shoulder injury. Tall for a back but is an elusive, physical north-south runner. Former star quarterback in high school could give Packers offense a "Wildcat" dimension. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout James Starks News
01/11/17 - RB James Starks continues to be sidelined indefinitely. "He hasn't made progress," head coach Mike McCarthy said Wednesday. The veteran has missed the last four games because of a concussion.
01/09/17 - RB James Starks missed a fourth straight game Sunday, when the Packers rolled to a first-round playoff win over the visiting Giants. The veteran has been sidelined because of a concussion he sustained in a car crash in Green Bay last month. Green Bay continued to go with Montgomery, Christine Michael and fullback Aaron Ripkowski in a back-by-committee approach for running the football.
01/04/17 - RB James Starks continues to be sidelined. The veteran has missed the last three games because of a concussion he sustained in a car crash in Green Bay. Ty Montgomery and Christine Michael continue to function as the halfbacks with fullback Aaron Ripkowski also being counted on as a ball carrier.
01/02/17 - RB James Starks (concussion) was declared out of Sunday night's game earlier in the week.
12/29/16 - RB James Starks remained in the concussion protocol Thursday. The veteran has been sidelined since suffering a head injury in a car crash in Green Bay on Dec. 12. "James is getting closer," head coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday. "He's in the meetings, he's making progress is the (medical) report." Ty Montgomery and Christine Michael have sufficiently filled the void at halfback.