Could B.J. Raji come out of retirement to boost the Green Bay Packers defense? He has no interest in doing so and probably wouldn't help much anyway.
B.J. Raji has called it a hiatus. Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy does indeed think Raji will return to football. We do not and the reasons are simple.
B.J. Raji didn't use the word retirement. He used the word hiatus, leaving the possibility that he'll return to football. He'll face a long road if he does.
Judging by the reaction, you'd think the Green Bay Packers lost a five-time All Pro when B.J. Raji abruptly retired on Monday. That, folks, was not the case at all.
The Green Bay Packers won't have to worry about hammering out a new deal for defensive tackle B.J. Raji. Raji has decided he's going to retire.
It appears the Green Bay Packers have some competition for defensive tackle B.J. Raji. It comes from the Carolina Panthers, who want Raji as a backup.
The Green Bay Packers didn't seem interesting in re-signing B.J. Raji when the season ended, but Mike Pennel's suspension may have changed that.
The Green Bay Packers have yet to contact defensive tackle B.J. Raji about a new contract. That's a good sign they won't be contacting him at all.
B.J. Raji is about to be a free agent and wants to cash in. Apparently, getting a news source to greatly exaggerate his 2015 statistics is part of the plan.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says Sunday's was B.J. Raji's best game as a Packer. That's debatable, but we get it. Raji is playing really well.
Green Bay Packers defensive tackle B.J. Raji is apparently a big fan of the bongo drum. Why else would he choose that as one of his deserted island three?
The Green Bay Packers may have solved their biggest weakness just by a position change. It looks like B.J. Raji will man the middle and Letroy Guion will play end in 2015.
Letroy Guion should fire his agent. Despite being the better player, he somehow got less money from the Green Bay Packers than B.J. Raji did. There can be only one reason why.
The Green Bay Packers have taken care of two of their key remaining free agents. Following the signing of Letroy Guion, nose tackle B.J. Raji is also back in the mix.
Defensive tackle B.J. Raji, who no one but the Green Bay Packers want, is somehow still not under contract with the Green Bay Packers. They're working on it though.
It's not a pretty picture for free agent defensive linemen. The signings of Terrance Knighton and Nick Fairley should get B.J. Raji and Letroy Guion back to the Packers relatively quickly.