An NFL source tells ESPN Milwaukee James Starks suffered a potentially season-ending knee injury in Sunday's win over the Vikings.
Per the source, the injury is not to Starks' ACL, and will not require surgery. However, with just four regular season games remaining, it could end his campaign. Coach Mike McCarthy made no mention of Starks' injury at Monday's press conference, but did say some players were still being evaluated. Splitting carries with Alex Green, Starks was effective against Minnesota, but is averaging just 3.6 yards per carry on the year. Green Bay could be forced to sign someone off the street to back up Green and John Kuhn if Starks' season is indeed through. Green is now the No. 1 running back on the majority of waiver wires.