The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... Grant may have gotten tired of waiting for the Packers to make their move and decided it's time to pursue a new job. The Packers have told Grant they have an interest in bringing him back, but they haven't done enough in Grant's mind, so he is either serious about moving on or is trying to light a fire under the Packers.
Diehards Line:According to Journal-Sentinel staffer Tom Silverstein, it's likely the Packers want to wait until after the draft to decide what to do with Grant. It's very possible they'll wind up with a running back with one of their 12 picks and not need his services. Meanwhile, Grant was one of three veteran running backs to visit the Patriots on Friday (Tim Hightower and Joseph Addai also visited). The Packers have three promising young backs in James Starks, Brandon Saine and Alex Green, but none has the experience and reliability of the steady Grant, who is an unrestricted free agent and can sign with any team. ... Stay tuned.