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Packers look to get healthier after bye, pick up offense

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GREEN BAY (AP) -

The Green Bay Packers are hoping a bye week helps them get over an offensive speed bump.
   Injuries have played a key role, and the latest Packer dealing with one is running back James Starks, who got hurt during Green Bay's last game, a 27-20 win over San Diego on Oct. 18.
   Coach Mike McCarthy said the nature of Starks' ailment would be released after practice Wednesday, when the Packers are first required to disclose their injury report.
   Following last week's bye, McCarthy hopes Starks will make enough progress to play when the Packers have their showdown Sunday with the Denver Broncos.
   Running back Eddie Lacy sprained his right ankle in Week 2, though he hasn't missed a game.

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