FOX Sports Wisconsin's Paul Imig gives an in-depth statistical analysis and film study of every Packers player in his annual offseason checkup. Check every weekday through mid-April for his latest report.
C.J. Wilson, defensive lineman
Season stats: Nine games (127 snaps; 11 percent of total defensive snaps); eight tackles, one tackle for loss, zero sacks, five quarterback...
Another week down, and Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie keeps on rolling. While he only signed three players this past week, he continues to show he has an eye for cheap value on the market.
This week’s new Raiders are running back Maurice Jones-Drew and defensive lineman C.J Wilson. McKenzie also resigned last years starting defensive tackle, Pat Sims.
Although the news is not going to qualify as earth shattering to Packer fans, it has been confirmed that that former Green Bay defensive lineman C.J. Wilson has come to terms with Oakland Raiders according to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Wilson, who was selected in the seventh round by the Packers in the 2010 NFL Draft, earned a spot on the team as a rotational...
The Raiders have announced that they have signed former Packers DE C.J. Wilson.
Wilson, 26, was no more than a reserve player for the Packers last season, playing 108 snaps and recording just 5 tackles. With the Raiders continuing to remake their defensive line, Wilson figures to continue to be a reserve role player behind DE LaMarr Woodley, Justin Tuck, DT/DE Antonio Smith and DT Pat Sims.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Green Bay Packers defensive lineman C.J. Wilson arrived at Lambeau Field on Sunday morning excited for the regular-season home opener. That was until the fourth-year veteran got into the locker room and found out that -- despite having a clean bill of health -- he was not going to be in uniform against Washington.
"It was very disappointing," Wilson...
(Eds: Updates with details, quotes. Stands for story listed on some digests as BC-FBN--Packers-Protecting Rodgers. With AP Photos.) By NANCY ARMOUR AP National Writer The Green Bay Packers might have the worst timing in the NFL.
Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings roll into town Sunday, and the Packers expect they'll be without defensive end C.J. Wilson, a cornerstone...
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November 28, 2012