• Chad Lundberg

    Even if the back ups do well, this is such a shame. I really wanted to see Raji rebound. Hes one of the best in the NFL when he plays to his fullest.


    Of course he’s out for the year, we’re the Packers, we don’t get a break. ..SMH

  • http://www.HawgNSonsTV.Com/ Trent Schneider

    #NEXTMANUP this team will NOT be denied!

  • http://www.HawgNSonsTV.Com/ Trent Schneider

    If all else fails Picket deserves another ring!

  • Since ’61

    This is why I hate preseason games. A starting player lost for the season for no good reason at all. Really stupid and unnecessary. When is the NFL going to learn that preseason games are only good for producing injuries and wrecking their product before the season even starts. Stupid! let’s hope this does not turn into a parade again this season. Go Pack! Thanks, Since ’61

    • montana83

      Preseason games for regulars are probably a waste of time. You are trying to figure out your low round draftees, free agents, walk-ons etc. to see how they play. I mean if Aaron Rodgers went out in a preseason game by a cheap shot from some jackass then there would be screaming. So I agree with you 100%.
      This is football, not tennis, golf or badminton. Players get hurt all the time.
      Look at GB’s roster of 90 players. Want to guess how many are in their 10th year or more? Only TWO: Julius Peppers and Aaron Rodgers. That’s it. You don’t last long in this game unless you are very fortunate.
      My guess is the Pack will pick up someone who is cut at the last minute by some other team just as all teams get down to 53 players to replace Raji if no one works out as a true 2 or 3 down player.

  • montana83

    Read this by GB Press Gazette writer/analyst – made me feel a whole lot better about losing Raji:


  • http://www.lyrictrumpet.com Bearmeat

    This sucks, but the sky isn’t falling yet. Raji hasn’t shown the form
    befitting his big name outside of the latter half of 2010. The worst
    part is not losing Raji, but that behind him is Boyd, Pennel and Guion.
    All have talent, but all of them are also unproven. Perhaps Pickett or
    Jolly get a call now.

    Let’s just hope there aren’t many more big injuries.

    • Since ’61

      Exactly Bearmeat! This is why losing him in the preseason is such a waste. Given the weak play of our ILBs the result could be another season of being unable to stop the run up the middle. We’ll just have to see how it goes with Boyd, Pennel, et.al. I would be fine if they brought back either Jolly or Pickett to be part of the NT rotation, but I think the Packers are going to move on. Go Pack! Thanks, Since ’61

  • Jason J

    I feel terrible for Raji. This was to be his chance to prove that he deserved another good payday and he has it end like this. It’s a shame, and I wish him a speedy recovery and hopefully he gets another shot next year.

  • Slim11

    What bothers me about this is the similarity between Raji’s injury and Cullen Jenkins’ injury. Jenkins had the torn biceps and, once his injury healed, and his contract expired, he was allowed to walk.

    This preseason may have been Raji’s last in a GB uniform.

    • Taryn Miller

      If Raji had a great year the price tag would have Raji leaving GB,if he didn’t have a great year,it would have Raji leaving GB.

  • Tim

    This is where I think TT, MM and the rest of the coaching staff have really earned their pay. Packers have suffered through some really tough injuries in past the few years, but adjust, reload, often without missing a beat, and get right back into the race. Very resilient bunch. Hoping the same holds true again.

  • holmesmmd

    Bears just released Nate Collins at DT. I wonder if GB will sign anyone new at NT?

  • dobber

    Now apparently, Tretter is out with a knee…

    • http://www.lyrictrumpet.com Bearmeat


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