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Morning roundup: Starks out with injury, Bishop to have surgery

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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The Packers held their final night practice of training camp Sunday night, and their first workout since their preseason opener at San Diego on Thursday. Following are the Press-Gazette's stories from the day: Pete Dougherty has a story that says the team is close to signing Cedric Benson to bolster a banged up backfield that's added James Starks to its injury list. Desmond Bishop needs possible season-ending surgery on the torn hamstring he sustained against San Diego, as Rob Demovsky's report Friday suggested was likely, and D.J. Smith now takes over a prominent role in Bishop's place. Wes Hodkiewicz's notebook leads with details about cornerback Davon House's shoulder injury, which will sideline him two or three weeks, and perhaps much longer. Mike Vandermause's column takes a look at Mark Murphy, who is settled into his role as the Packers' president. Rob Demovsky's practice insider notes that rookie tackle Andrew Datko has picked up his play after a slow start in camp.  

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