GREEN BAY, Wis. (WSAU) -- The Green Bay Packers lost a key player and they lost a part of their historic past.
The player is defensive tackle B.J. Raji. Raji will be out for the entire 2014 season after tearing his right biceps in the win over Oakland Friday night. Raji played just 7 snaps before the injury. His rehabilitation after surgery is expected to last up to six months.
The Packers also lost a famous voice from their past. Radio announcer Ted Moore, who was calling the play by play back in the Vince Lombardi era. It’s his voice you hear whenever highlights of the famous Ice Bowl with the Cowboys is replayed on television and radio. Moore was a 48-year broadcasting veteran. He died at a Brown Deer health care facility Friday of heart failure. He was 87-years-old.