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After Grant's unfortunate injury, the offense had no one to rely on but Aaron Rodgers.
Grant will be 28 when the season starts and turns 29 by the end of the year. The shelf life of running backs isn't long, so we may only see a couple more seasons of productivity out of Grant.
In the two seasons before his injury, the former undrafted free agent rushed for 1,200 yards each season.
Though some expect James Starks to assume the starting role, I expect Grant to get back his old job.
With the emergence of Starks late in the season Grant won't be seeing as many carries as before.
However, an 800 yard season isn't too much to ask for.