Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Ryan Pickett prepares for a fourth-quarter play against the San Francisco 49ers on Sept. 9 at Lambeau Field.
Walk along the row of lockers that houses the Green Bay Packers' defensive line and each member of the group can agree on at least one thing.
Given the choice right now to accept as their own the NFL career of teammate Ryan Pickett - 12 seasons, a Super Bowl ring, millions of dollars and no major injuries - all of them, from budding star B.J. Raji to role players like Mike Neal and C.J. Wilson to promising rookies Mike Daniels and Jerel Worthy, gladly would sign on the dotted line today and forgo any future unknowns.
"Definitely," said Raji, who already has done something Pickett never has by making the ...