2014 Season - Average105.5477.53.013.0111.0059
2014 Season - Dave Richard9640131190053
2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg115554315132069
Current Player Ranking: 57
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Recent Trades
DateTradedTraded For
07/11/2014Steven Hauschka, K SEA
Doug Martin, RB TB
Shane Vereen, RB NE
Andre Brown, RB HOU
James Starks, RB GB
Ryan Mathews, RB SD
Chargers , DST SD
Seahawks , DST SEA
C.J. Spiller, RB BUF
07/08/2014James Starks, RB GB
Kirk Cousins, QB WAS
07/01/2014James Starks, RB GB
LeGarrette Blount, RB PIT
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Latest News
James Starks strikes paydirt in exhibition game
by Igor Mello |
(8/9/14) With Eddie Lacy sidelined, Packers running back James Starks got the start and found the end zone during Saturday's preseason opener against the Titans at LP Field.

Starks broke a 20-yard touchdown run with 10:34 remaining in the first quarter. He had six carries for 49 yards and a touchdown, averaging 8.2 yards per attempt. Starks is expected to serve as Lacy's backup heading into the start of the season.
Packers re-sign James Starks for two years
by Larry Hartstein |
(3/18/14) The Packers re-signed running back James Starks to a two-year deal, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Starks had drawn interest from three other teams, but opted to stay in Green Bay as a complement to Eddie Lacy.

Starks averaged a career-high 5.5 yards per carry last season, gaining 493 yards. Terms of the deal were not immediately available.

Report: James Starks closing in on two-year deal with Green Bay
by Igor Mello |
(3/17/14) The Packers are interested in bringing back free agent running back James Starks, according to ESPN. Both sides appear to be closing in on a two-year deal.

Starks rushed for 493 yards with three rushing touchdowns while averaging 5.5 yards per carry last season. He also had 10 receptions, including one for a touchdown. He'll wind up in a crowded backfield with Eddie Lacy, DuJuan Harris and Johnathan Franklin.
James Starks to visit Steelers
by Larry Hartstein |
(3/16/14) Free agent running back James Starks will visit the Steelers on Monday, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Starks averaged a career-high 5.5 yards per carry with the Packers last season.

In Pittsburgh, he'd back up second-year back Le'Veon Bell.

James Starks primed to bust out
by Larry Hartstein |
(3/2/14) When it comes to running backs -- as Senior Fantasy Writer Dave Richard preaches – it’s all about touches. That's why it's exciting to think about James Starks in 2014.

The Packers would love him back, but they'll get outbid by needier teams. Potential landing spots include the Giants, Browns and Titans, assuming Chris Johnson is released. New York makes sense as Starks hails from Niagara Falls, played college ball at Buffalo and is familiar with new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo from their time in Green Bay.

Even in a timeshare, Starks would draw far more than the 89 carries he had last year.

Starks averaged a career-high 5.5 yards per carry and ranked seventh with 0.46 Fantasy points per opportunity -- the number of points per carries and pass routes run, per Pro Football Focus. He forced 22 missed tackles on 99 touches, the fourth-best rate among RBs with fewer than 100 touches.

Starks turns 28 this month but has little tread on his tires. He showed a burst last season that reminded us of the back who ran for 415 yards in Green Bay's four-game run to the Super Bowl title.

“James Starks is definitely someone I look at as a starter and the ability to run as many times in a football game as needed,” coach Mike McCarthy said after Starks totaled 168 yards from scrimmage Week 2 vs. Washington.

Game Log
9/8@SFL 28-34No00000188.0800000
9/15WASW 38-20No201326.63214369.01500000
9/22@CINL 30-34Yes14553.9130000000000
Total  1341875.53215448.81500000
10/6DETW 22-9NoDid Not Play
10/13@BALW 19-17NoDid Not Play
10/20CLEW 31-13NoDid Not Play
10/27@MINW 44-31No7578.1251000000000
Total  07578.125100---000000
11/4CHIL 20-27No6406.7321000001000
11/10PHIL 13-27No451.330199.0900000
11/17@NYGL 13-27No2-1-0.500000000000
11/24MINL 26-26No33712.33401-5-5.0-500000
11/28@DETL 10-40No221.010000000000
Total  017834.9341242.0901000
12/8ATLW 22-21No7192.750000000000
12/15@DALW 37-36No3124.05011111.01110000
12/22PITL 31-38No10474.79012323.02300000
12/29@CHIW 33-28No11888.0410177.0700000
Total  0311665.441034113.72310000
1/5SFL 20-23No5295.810011313.01300000
Yearly TotalRushingReceivingFumbles
2010Green Bay Packers30291013.516005
2011Green Bay Packers1321335784.3401531
2012Green Bay Packers62712553.6221112
2013Green Bay Packers131894935.5413627
2010Green Bay Packers302157.5120001
2011Green Bay Packers132292167.4170009
2012Green Bay Packers624317.890000
2013Green Bay Packers13110898.9231103
Kick Returns
2010Green Bay Packers322512.51700
2011Green Bay Packers1300---000
2012Green Bay Packers600---000
2013Green Bay Packers1300---000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2010Green Bay Packers300000000
2011Green Bay Packers1321010010
2012Green Bay Packers610000000
2013Green Bay Packers1310000000
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