The Green Bay Packers and B.J. Raji are close to completing a one-year deal that will keep the defensive tackle off the free-agent market, league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Thursday morning.
Raji’s goal is to play better and prove himself this season, then try to hit the free-agent market next season. He reportedly turned down an $8 million per year offer last season.
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Ian Rapoport of NFL Network says Raji is weighing his options. He wants to return to Green Bay and he enjoyed his time there.