ESPN first reported the development.
Packers fans were possibly hoping for another change-of-pace option -- like Matt Forte -- but familiarity once again wins the day in Green Bay. Starks had a quiet nice season last year while Eddie Lacy went through some issues, and almost put up 1,000 yards from scrimmage with just four starts. He brought his yards per carry average back up over four, but fumbled the ball five times.
This signing won't jump off the page for Packers fans, but there is little doubt that he's been solid throughout his career in Green Bay. His protection has been improving with age, and he's an invaluable asset in the passing game if Lacy is in good enough shape to remain the team's primary back on first and second down.