Running backs: Eddie Lacy, James Starks, John Crockett
Fullbacks: Aaron Ripkowski
Many wondered if the Packers would go after a running back in the draft, but the re-signing of James Starks paired with the early return-to-shape of Eddie Lacy suggests they are set with what they have.
Lacy disappointed in 2015, but the expectation is for him to return to training camp in better shape with a healthier attitude. If he can replicate the form of his opening two seasons in the NFL, the Packers offense will receive a major jolt.
Starks is a solid No. 2 option behind Lacy, although his five fumbles in 2015 was a major issue. Taking care of the football — which is something Starks has done well outside of last season — is a priority for the veteran.
The Packers like what they have in young John Crockett, who made an impressive cameo in the Hail Mary game at Detroit. His development will be fun to watch and he offers some depth at the position.
John Kuhn is yet to re-sign with the Packers, which for now indicates the starting fullback job belongs to second-year Aaron Ripkowski.
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