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Packers downgrade James Starks to out vs. Cowboys

The Packers will be without running back James Starks on Sunday. Starks had been listed as questionable with a knee injury on yesterday’s injury report, but today the Packers officially announced that Starks is out for Sunday against the Cowboys. It could get worse for the Packers, as Eddie Lacy is listed as questionable with…
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