Ryan Grant Is Back With The Pack

With the run game taking another hit with an injury to James Starks, the Green Bay Packers (8-4) have turned to Ryan Grant.  The running back spent the last five years with the Packers, rushing for 4,016 yards, the fifth most in team history.  However, after last season the Packers elected not to re-sign Grant and he left as a free agent looking for a team.  He spent four weeks of this season with the Washington Redskins, who released him after week seven.  Grant was asked if he thought his NFL career was over at that point…

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When Grant arrived at practice Wednesday, the Packers gave him a standing ovation to welcome him back to Title Town.  Later in the locker room, Grant was downplaying the gesture…

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Grant and quarterback Aaron Rodgers have shared the Packers backfield for 47 games, winning 31 of those contests.  Rodgers is happy to have Grant back with the Packers…

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With the Packers down to Alex Green, DuJuan Harris at running back and John Kuhn at full back, head coach Mike McCarthy was asked if Grant can help out right away…

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To make room on the active roster for Grant, the Packers placed running back Johnny White on injured reserve.  The Packers also signed offensive lineman Shea Allard and safety Chaz Powell to the team’s practice squad,

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