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James Starks went from the roster bubble to the marquee performer in a revived rushing attack by recording the team's first 100-yard rushing game since 2010.

James Starks didn't get the memo. The one that Green Bay Packers fans and most of the media seemingly got after April's draft. The one that said Starks wasn't making the team. Lump in the former unsung hero of the 2010 postseason with the likes of running backs Cedric Benson and Ryan Grant — two other veterans from last year's squad who surely were on their way out after Green Bay selected... Recommended Stories

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