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Morning roundup: Starks still might be back from knee injury

Dec. 6, 2012
 

The Packers turned to a familiar old veteran rather than the unknown potential of a young player to replace injured halfback James Starks.

They signed Ryan Grant on Wednesday and expect him to play as a backup Sunday against the Detroit Lions. However, according to Pete Dougherty's story, the team hasn't ruled out the return of Starks, who suffered a bruise in his knee last week against Minnesota: http://tinyurl.com/cpkjc5x

The Packers' list of players on injured reserve is up to 11, and they have a long injury list of players on the active roster this week as well, according to Wes Hodkiewicz's notebook: http://tinyurl.com/a7jwu3o

T.J. Lang's injured ankle prevented him from practicing Wednesday, which improves the odds undrafted rookie Don Barclay will start at right tackle this week, according to a story by Dougherty: http://tinyurl.com/ayrtjw7

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