CAREER: Emerged as one of the top players in the league at his position in just his second season, his first year playing nose tackle on a full-time basis…Led all NFL nose tackles with 6½ sacks, the most recorded by a NT since Minnesota’s Ken Clarke posted seven in 1990 (according to STATS LLC)…Was the only Green Bay defensive lineman to open every game in 2010, with his career-high 66 tackles (36 solo) pacing the line
- Last name is pronounced RAH-jee.
- Led all NFL nose tackles with 6½ sacks in 2010, the most recorded by a nose tackle since Minnesota’s Ken Clarke posted seven in 1990 (according to STATS LLC).
- With an 18-yard INT return for a touchdown at Chicago in the NFC Championship Game, became the first defensive lineman in franchise playoff history to post an INT for a score and the first NFL defensive lineman to do so in the postseason since Jacksonville’s Clyde Simmons (Dec. 28, 1996).
- Named to the Pro Football Weekly/PFWA All-Rookie team in 2009, the first Packers defensive lineman to be selected since DE Vonnie Holliday in 1998.
- A first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection in 2008, when he became the first Boston College DT to lead his team in sacks (eight) in 23 years.
- Nearly one-third (32½ of 105, 31 percent) of his tackles in college were behind the line of scrimmage.