Re-signed by Green Bay on Jan. 20, 2015…Was on the Packers’ practice squad for the final eight games of the regular season and both playoff games in 2014…Originally signed by Green Bay as a non-drafted free agent on May 12, 2014…Placed on injured reserve on Aug. 27, 2014…Was released by the Packers on Aug. 31, 2014…Was signed to the Packers’ practice squad on Nov. 3, 2014...A four-year contributor for the Volunteers, he played in 43 games with 21 starts, finishing his career with 444 carries for 2,163 yards (4.9 avg.) and 19 TDs, in addition to 66 receptions for 626 yards (9.5 avg.) and five TDs...Also returned three kickoffs for 53 yards (17.7 avg.)…His career rushing total of 2,163 yards ranked as the 12th-highest total in Volunteer annals…Started all 12 games as a senior in 2013, recording career highs in attempts (215), rushing yards (1,163) and rushing TDs (12)…Also hauled in a career-high 27 receptions for 108 yards (4.0 avg.)…Kicked off his senior campaign with 141 yards and a TD on 16 carries (8.8 avg.) in the Volunteers’ 45-0 win vs. Austin Peay (Aug. 31)…Carried the ball 15 times for 74 yards (4.9 avg.) and a career-high three TDs vs. Western Kentucky (Sept. 7), the first time a Volunteer rushed for three TDs in a single game since Montario Hardesty accomplished the feat vs. Western Kentucky in 2009…Turned in the best performance of his career in a 31-24 win vs. South Alabama (Sept. 28), rushing for a career-high 169 yards and a TD on 25 carries (6.8 avg.)…Followed up his huge game against the Jaguars with another strong outing in a 34-31 overtime loss vs. Georgia (Oct. 5), carrying a career-high 28 times for 148 yards (5.3 avg.) and two TDs…Logged 20 carries for 124 yards (6.2 avg.) and a TD, and added two receptions for 23 yards (11.5 avg.), vs. Auburn (Nov. 9)…Ended his Tennessee career with a strong performance at Kentucky (Nov. 30), rushing 20 times for 134 yards (6.7 avg.) and a TD in the win…As a junior in 2012, earned the starting tailback job in training camp and went on to play in 10 games with six starts during the season…Led the team with 708 yards on 156 carries (4.5 avg.) and finished with five TDs…Proved to be a receiving threat out of the backfield, snagging 19 passes for 149 yards (7.8 avg.) and four TDs…Carried 13 times for 65 yards (5.0 avg.) and two TDs vs. Georgia State (Sept. 8)…Racked up a season-high 151 yards on 22 carries (6.9 avg.) and added three receptions for 22 yards (7.3 avg.) and a TD vs. Akron (Sept. 22)…Notched his second 100-yard rushing performance of the season the following week, carrying 23 times for 104 yards (4.5 avg.) and a TD at Georgia (Sept. 29)…Also added a TD through the air against the Bulldogs and set season highs with five receptions and 53 yards (10.6 avg.)…Notched nine carries for 40 yards (4.4 avg.) and a TD at No. 19 Mississippi State (Oct. 13), but sustained an ankle injury in the second half and missed the next two games, vs. Alabama (Oct. 20) and at South Carolina (Oct. 27)…Served as a wide receiver, tailback and Wildcat quarterback as a sophomore in 2011, playing in 11 games with three starts at WR…Carried 27 times for 134 yards (5.0 avg.) and two TDs, and hauled in 13 receptions for a career-high 269 yards (20.7 avg.) and a TD…Rushed three times for 20 yards (6.7 avg.) and his first career TD vs. Buffalo (Oct. 1)…Hauled in a 38-yard reception vs. LSU (Oct. 15)…Earned the first start of his career when he opened the game at wide receiver vs. South Carolina (Oct. 29)…Contributed to both the rushing and passing attack at No. 8 Arkansas (Nov. 12), carrying four times for 24 yards (6.0 avg.) and a TD, and adding three receptions for 63 yards (21.0 avg.)…Started at wide receiver in the season finale at Kentucky (Nov. 26) and turned in the best receiving performance of his career, hauling in four receptions for 125 yards (31.3 avg.) and a TD, the first receiving TD of his career…Played in 10 games a true freshman in 2010, recording 46 carries for 197 yards (4.3 avg.) and hauling in seven passes for 100 yards (14.3 avg.)…Saw the first action of his career in the season opener vs. Tennessee-Martin (Sept. 4), racking up 79 yards on nine carries (8.8 avg.) in the win…Hauled in the first receptions of his career when he notched three for 70 yards (23.3 avg.) at Georgia (Oct. 9)…Logged the Volunteers’ longest play of the game when he caught a pass on a wheel route and turned the play up the field for a 58-yard gain to the Georgia 2-yard line…Contributed on offense and special teams vs. Alabama (Oct. 23), rushing six times for 36 yards (6.0 avg.), catching two passes for 29 yards (14.5 avg.) and returning two kickoffs for 38 yards (19.0 avg.)…Joined the Volunteers’ indoor track-and-field team in January 2012 and competed in the 60-meter and 200-meter events at the SEC indoor meet…Made his track-and-field debut at the Akron Invitational…Received his degree in sociology…Graduated from Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone, Ga., where he earned four letters as a running back for the Patriots…Named All-State and Class AAAA Offensive Player of the Year by The Associated Press as a senior in 2009, and was rated as the No. 9 tailback in the nation by and the No. 151 overall prospect on the website’s Rivals250 list…Named the No. 31 running back in the nation by and made the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Top 50 list…Voted as the Class AAAA State Offensive Player of the Year by the Georgia Sportswriters and All-Region 5-AAAA by the conference’s coaches…Rushed for 166 yards and a TD in the 2009 state championship game, helping Sandy Creek win the title over Clarke Central High School…Rushed 29 times for 242 yards (8.3 avg.) and two TDs against rival Starr’s Mill High School, and tallied 159 yards and three TDs in a win over Thomas County High School…Also earned two letters as a point guard on the basketball team during his freshman and sophomore years of high school…Volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and visited elementary schools to read to children during his time at Tennessee…First name is pronounced RAY-jhon…Single, lives in Atlanta, Ga. …Given name Rajion Lashad Neal; born in Atlanta.