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B.J. Raji coming back to Packers

Published On: Mar 14 2014 04:36:40 PM CDT
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B.J. Raji is returning to the Green Bay Packers.

Reports say Raji has agreed to a one-year, four-million dollar contract with Green Bay.

Last year, the Packers reportedly offered Raji an eight-million dollar a year contract which he turned down.

Raji played 59 percent of the defensive snaps for the Packers last season- the most of any Packer defensive lineman. But for the second straight season, Raji did not have a sack.

His best year was 2010 when he had 6.5 sacks and also intercepted a pass for a touchdown against the Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship game.

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