Last year, B.J. Raji had a long-term contract offer on the table from the Green Bay Packers that would have paid him roughly $8 million per year, but his team played the waiting game. After a poor season last year where his production declined, he is now being offered a one year deal.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the veteran defensive tackle is on the verge of returning to the Packers on a one-year deal that, presumably, won’t be worth that much.
Schefter reported Thursday morning that the Packers and Raji’s agent David Dunn, who also represents quarterback Aaron Rodgers and outside linebacker Clay Matthews, were closing in on a deal.