Veteran free agent running back James Starks is staying with the Green Bay Packers, according to multiple media reports.
ESPN.com reported in this story that Starks would sign a 2-year deal.
Starks, who has battled injuries during his career, played in all but three games for Green Bay last season as a backup to Eddie Lacy and averaged a career-high 5.5 yards per carry.
He ran for more than 100 yarsd in Week 2 against the Redskins when Lacy was out with a concussion.
Starks was slated to make his first free-agent visit to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Tuesday, according to this NFL.com story.
NFL.com wrote that "With Starks back in the fold, promising 2013 fourth-round draft pick Johnathan Franklin on the development trail and McCarthy favorite DuJuan Harris returning from injury, the Packers can stake a legitimate claim to the NFL's deepest and most versatile backfield."