Tag Archive: BJ Raji

Bj Raji: Rested and Ready to Rumble

  2 years ago     143 Views     2 Comments  

BJ Raji was moved back to his natural position (Nose Tackle) last season on his one year, "prove it" deal and he was playing like his 2010 form in preseason until a bicep injury sidelined him on the IR for the entirety of 2014. But he was at all the practices, meetings, etc. to help with the rookie Josh Boyd who was suppose to be brought along slowly with the draft and develop mentality. Ted (more…)

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A few thoughts about the off season and upcoming draft!

  2 years ago     120 Views     6 Comments  

Is it April 30th yet? Football season can't get here soon enough for most fans, and April 30th "Draft day" kicks off the new beginning in my opinion. Some fans like the free agency frenzy and believe that's the start of the season but I have learned Ted Thompson doesn't dabble in free agency too often except to retain his own, so as I said draft day is the day I look forward to for the new season. At this stage of the game fans are freaking out about who was lost and who should be signed, lets take a…

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3 Key Concerns in Light of Off-Season Moves

  2 years ago     117 Views     4 Comments  

General manager Ted Thompson has stuck to his guns in free agency again this year by staying away from signing high price players from other teams. He was able to retain two key players in Randall Cobb and Brian Bulaga to shore up the offense again this year but while keeping the offensive side of the ball in tact he has lost a couple key players on defense. Davon House signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tramon Williams left for the Cleveland Browns so what was once solid position in the secondary is a injury away from being a disaster.…

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Quickslant: BJ’s Best Camp?

  3 years ago     55 Views     1 Comment  

A lot of Packers fans were not high on BJ Raji this offseason, stating that he did little or nothing during the season to make the case that he should be re-signed. The thinking was that he would cost too much, had done little, and that there would be a replacement available when the Packers picked in the first round. I was NOT one of those people even though I too was a bit disappointed in BJ's performance. When news of the contract came out, I was happier still because one year for 4 million with $500,000 guaranteed was much…

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