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
11/14/16 - RB James Starks played for the first time in more than a month Sunday. Starks made the start at halfback after missing the previous four games because of a knee injury. Starks led Green Bay with seven carries for 33 yards and also had three receptions for 11 yards, highlighted by a 13-yard catch-and-run touchdown late in the first half of the 47-25 loss to the Titans.
11/13/16 - RB James Starks is active for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans.
Starks, who was listed as questionable this week, was cleared to play for his first action since Oct. 9. He had surgery to repair a torn knee meniscus a week later after aggravating the injury during a workout.
11/11/16 - RB James Starks could return for Sunday's game against Tennessee. Starks hasn't played since his Oct. 16 knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus.
11/10/16 - RB James Starks (knee) practiced with the team in pads Thursday, though he was considered a limited participant for the second straight day. Starks has missed the last four games because of a knee injury that required surgery. Starks wouldn't speculate after Thursday's practice about whether he will play Sunday at the Titans but says he's feeling strong. "I know, being at the running back position, you've got a lot of things coming at you at once," he said. "You've got to be able to perform and help the team. Right now, I feel like I can do that."
11/09/16 - RB James Starks practiced Wednesday on a limited basis. The veteran has missed the last four games because of a knee injury that required surgery. Head coach Mike McCarthy said the team would have a better gauge for whether Starks could play Sunday at Tennessee after he goes through the team's practice in pads Thursday. Green Bay's only other halfback Don Jackson, who has played sparingly in recent weeks as the team utilizes versatile receiver Ty Montgomery in the backfield.