It wasn't pretty, but the Green Bay Packers gutted out a 24-10 win over the St. Louis Rams and after some reflection, we have five more thoughts on the win.
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.
With the 2015 Packer Draft approaching, in our continuing draft series, we rank all the positions on the team in order of draft priority. Here we go.
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.
The Green Bay Packers, either through player losses, inactivity or just having bad players, have developed four holes on their team. Here are the positions that need improvement.
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.
All is quiet on the northern front as we enter the second week of free agency. However, some free agents that could help the Packers are still out there.
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.
A year after hearing nothing but crickets in free agency, there's suddenly a market for defensive tackle B.J. Raji. And this is for a guy who missed all of last year. Amazing.
The Green Bay Packers plan on re-signing defensive tackle B.J. Raji, according to a report. And why not? They pretty much have nothing to lose in doing so.
It's the offseason and that means free agency. Here's a look at the Green Bay Packers free agents. Two of these guys are going to command some big money.
The Green Bay Packers got down to the 75-man roster limit by stashing six guys on injured reserve. Some were expected and some were not. Here's the list.
The worst has been confirmed for Green Bay Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji. He's out for the year with a torn bicep. Fortunately, he's not irreplaceable.