The Green Bay Packers have been fairly quiet since the start of free agency, but they did address one of their needs today.
According to Adam Caplan of ESPN, the Packers have agreed to terms on a new contract with free agent running back James Starks.
Starks had previously visited the New England Patriots, but ultimately decided to remain with Green Bay.
Starks is coming off the most productive season of his career, rushing for 601 yards and adding another 392 receiving. Despite sharing the workload with Eddie Lacy, Starks managed to be a playmaker for the team on limited carries.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the deal between Starks and the Packers is for two years and worth $6 million.