Scout Premium Content

Typical Ryan Grant: Tough and Team-First

RB Ryan Grant (Dennis Wierzbicki/USP)

Few players are as worthy of fans' admiration as Ryan Grant, who continues to impress on and off the field. He's a tireless worker, unselfish and, as he showed on Sunday at Chicago, still a heck of a good running back.

It was vintage Ryan Grant. No, not on Sunday at Chicago. Though, that certainly looked like vintage Grant carrying the ball. Rather, it was vintage Grant at his locker on Wednesday. There was Grant, a man with a bruised kidney who had urine in his blood after running through the vaunted Bears defense, frustrated that he wasn't allowed to practice on Wednesday. Frustrated that he might not play...

PackerReport.com Recommended Stories


  • It took seven games but the YAC-producing, tackle-breaking Randall Cobb returned on Sunday against Carolina (Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)

  • With a depleted supporting cast of proven playmakers, Aaron Rodgers might be having his best season. Nonetheless, Rodgers' brilliant numbers haven't exactly dropped the jaws of anyone in the Packers'…

  • One week at a time, Green Bay's defense has been turning its weaknesses into strengths. With Week 7 almost in the books, the Packers rank 10th in points and tied for eighth in yards per play, and sore…

  • Dr. Roto believes Miami Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry will overtake WR Brian Hartline as the team's No. 2 receiver sooner rather than later. Stay ahead of the curve with Dr. Roto!

  • The San Francisco Giants came out swinging in Game One of the 2014 World Series, scoring three times in the first inning and never looking back.

Up Next


Tweets