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No excuses for B.J. Raji

August 6, 2010 by  
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Aug 6, 2010 ~ by Kevin Seifert, ESPN

~GREEN BAY, Wis. — Tackling drills aside, there is one significant change the Green Bay Packers made this offseason to help their pass rush — and by extension, their entire pass defense. Anchoring B.J. Raji at nose tackle put what should be their top frontline playmaker in the best position to wreak maximum havoc.

B.J. Raji feels playing primarily at nose tackle will help him excel this season.

And for the Packers to take a step here, Raji will have to do just that. From the outside, no hurdles are evident. Unlike his rookie season, Raji reported to training camp on time. He remains injury-free, unencumbered by the ankle sprain that hobbled him for the first half of the 2009 season. He’s not being asked to split time at multiple positions, having ceded the end position to Ryan Pickett, and all systems should be go for a breakout year.     Full story here

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