Over the past 24 hours, there were reports that free agent running back James Starks had canceled a visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers and that he was leaning towards re-signing with the Green Bay Packers.
The reports proved to be true on Tuesday morning with the news that Starks and the Packers have officially agreed to a two-year deal that will keep Starks in a Packers uniform to serve as Eddie Lacy’s primary back up.
The news comes via the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, but no financial terms were announced.
Starks will see limited touches as Lacy’s back up, but he will still get a bulk of the “change of pace” carries ahead of Jonathan Franklin and DuJuan Harris, who will be competing for the No. 3 job.