Packers agreed to terms with DT B.J. Raji on a one-year, $4 million contract.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports there are "indications" free agent B.J. Raji will decline the Packers' one-year offer.
Sources tell the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel that the one-year deal the Packers have offered free agent B.J. Raji is worth $4 million.
Sources tell ESPN that the Packers are close to re-signing free agent DT B.J. Raji to a one-year contract.
Former Rams GM Billy Devaney referred to free agent DT B.J. Raji as "pretty much just a guy."
Speaking on NFL Total Access, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said the Packers may let free agent DT B.J. Raji walk as they look to become more agile along the defensive front.
ESPN Packers blogger Rob Demovsky writes DE B.J. Raji reportedly turned down a contract offer from the team that averaged $8 million annually.
Packers LE B.J. Raji has played just 58 percent of the defensive snaps through three games.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Packers plan to make LE B.J. Raji play out the final year of his contract.
Packers LE B.J. Raji says he's in "pretty good shape."
LE B.J. Raji expects the Packers to "do right" in long-term talks.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport confirms the Packers will explore an extension with LE B.J. Raji this offseason.
Packers LE B.J. Raji triggered an escalator in his rookie deal, raising his 2013 salary from $4.09 million to $4.49 million.
Coach Mike McCarthy said B.J. Raji's latest ankle injury is not as severe as his previous one.