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The Green Bay Packers are interested in bringing free agent running back Ryan Grant but not till they let him test the market. His agent, Alan Herman, thinks that a market will setup back for the back but he’s not sure what that will bring for his client.
“He will hit free agency,” Herman said Tuesday. “But they gave us an indication they would like to have him back. I have to sit down with Ryan in the next few days and see what he wants to do. I haven’t talked to him about it yet. I’m sure he’s open to that (returning). On the other hand, being a free agent is enticing.” (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel)
Herman said he has heard enough talk in NFL circles that there will be a market for Grant, but where that might be and how much that might yield are things Herman said are to be determined. He said Grant will go into free agency with an eye for the best fit, and undoubtedly money will play some part in it. (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel)
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