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Rotowire: Jan 19 / 9:37a ET
News: Starks ran the ball five times for 44 yards and caught one pass for zero yards in Sunday's loss to the Seahawks.
Impact: Starks played a key role on the first couple drives in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game, but he was otherwise a non-factor in the Packers' offense. He signed a two-year deal with Green Bay last offseason, so it's likely that he'll serve as the team's top backup behind Eddie Lacy again in 2015.
Rotowire: Dec 31 / 7:43a ET
News: Starks had five carries for 26 yards in Sunday's victory over the Lions.
Impact: Starks had a big run on the opening series of the game but did not get much going after that. He averaged just seven touches per game over the final three weeks, but remains the primary backup behind fellow running back Eddie Lacy as the Packers head into the playoffs.