9. Ryan Grant
Ryan Grant is one of the first backs that comes to mind when you think of the Green Bay Packers because he was the team's primary back during the early years of Aaron Rodgers taking over as the team's starting QB.
Grant missed the 2010 season, or most of it, due to injury. He still got himself a ring after the Packers won the Super Bowl and deserved it based on what he had done in the years leading up to them becoming Champions again.
Grant finished his Packers career with 4,143 yards (6th in team history) as well as 27 rushing touchdowns. He ranks 23rd in Packers history in total yards from scrimmage. If not for the injury in 2010, Grant would almost certainly be fourth or better on the Packers' all-time rushing list.
8. Edgar Bennett
Edgar Bennett helped the Green Bay Packers win the Super Bowl in the 1996 season and was one of the more dynamic playmakers on the team at the time.
Bennett isn't one of the top 10 all-time Packers running backs in terms of total rushing yards, but the reason why he cracked this list is thanks to the fact that he racked up over 5,000 yards from scrimmage in his time with the Packers, averaging over 1,000 yards from scrimmage per season with 29 total touchdowns.
His 5,273 yards from scrimmage rank 20th all-time in Packers history for an offensive skill player.