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The former Green Bay Packer should definitely be on a team by now. The only thing that can be holding it up is contract demands or that he still feels he should be a feature back.
In his career, Grant has run for more than 4,000 yards and 25 TDs. In addition, he has 92 career catches for another 726 yards. But since suffering a season-ending ankle injury in the 2010 season opener, Grant has not been the same player.
He was eventually supplanted by James Starks in Green Bay. In the past two seasons, he has rushed for only 604 yards after back-to-back 1,200-yard seasons.
Green Bay was the best place for Grant, but the Packers decided to part ways with him. The Detroit Lions and New England Patriots were both reportedly interested in at least working him out, but nothing ever came of that.
Grant can still help an NFL team, but he first must understand that he'll have to do so in a diminished role.