There souldn't be any grease visible in the picture. However, Jpaitla, if you unbolt the wheel from the hub, you will see hole in the mounting surface that was hidden by the wheel. Turn the rotor untill that hole lines up with the grease zerk in the bearing retainer. Make sure that you grease that along with your normal u-joint/tierod-end greasing routine.
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