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Raji Puts Nose to Grindstone

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Ryan Pickett's departure has allowed the Packers to move B.J. Raji back to his natural position. Going back to nose tackle is one reason why he decided to return to the Packers.

For B.J. Raji, the ending of one chapter meant the sequel to another. After two seasons playing mostly defensive end in the Green Bay Packers' base 3-4 defense, Raji is going back home to nose tackle. "I think that's his natural position is the nose," defensive line coach Mike Trgovac said after Thursday's organized team activity. "Obviously, when we had him and Pick (Ryan Pickett) on the same...

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