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WR TE Career
Cincinnati's star WR saw his 2019 season end before it began, after suffering a left ankle injury in the first practice of training camp on July 27 ... The Bengals carried Green on the active roster for 16 weeks to keep alive the possibility of a return, but a setback ultimately ended that possibility and he was placed on Reserve/Injured on Dec. 23 ... Was also limited to just nine games in 2018, due to a toe injury (right foot) ... Enters 2020 ranked second in team history in career receptions (602) and receiving yards (8907), and tied for second in receiving TDs (63); Chad Johnson, who played 10 Bengals seasons, is first in all three categories — 751 catches, 10,783 yards and 66 receiving TDs ... Streak of seven consecutive Pro Bowl nominations to begin career ended in 2018, as he was not selected, but he still stands as the only NFL WR since the 1970 merger to start his career with seven consecutive Pro Bowl nominations ... Seven Pro Bowl selections are third in team history behind DT Geno Atkins (eight) and HOF OT Anthony Munoz (11) ... Has 33 100-yard receiving games, most in Bengals history, and his 10 career games with at least 150 yards and one TD are the most among active players entering 2019.
Early Returns: Burrow Commandeers Huddle As A.J. Green Heats Up The Pastures
OK, it's early. Only three walkthroughs. No helmets. But ever since March we've been looking for just a feel-good patch of greener pastures and they seemed to beckon this week. Word is during the first week A.J. Green flashed like A.J. Green while Joe Burrow commandeered the huddle.
A.J. Green Again Leads A Bengals Overhaul
Fast forward from the Lockout of 2011 to the Lockdown of 2020. A.J. Green, on his first career media Zoom call, has a lock on everything in between after Friday's signing of his $18 million franchise tender on the eve of his 10th season. Consummate pro. Freak athlete. Locker room leader of another Bengals rehab. Father of two.
A.J. Green Looking For A Big 2020 And Beyond In Stripes
A.J. Green officially closed the Green-Dalton Era on Friday and began the Age of A.J. & Joe when the Bengals best player signed the franchise tender to secure his statesman's place in new franchise quarterback Joe Burrow's first training camp. "I want to play another four years and I hope to retire as a Bengal," said Green on the eve of his 10th season.
Bengals Re-Sign A.J. Green
The Bengals re-signed WR A.J. Green to a one-year contract. A 10th-year player in 2020, A.J. Green was originally a first-round draft pick of the Bengals in 2011, and has become one of the most productive receivers in team history. He currently stands second in Bengals history in career receptions (602) and receiving yards (8907), is tied for second in receiving TDs (63), and ranks first in 100-yard receiving games (33).
Only One Thing Certain These Days: Bengals Still Covet A.J. Green
With challenges ranging from fitting the right number of people into Paul Brown Stadium to re-signing their best player, the Bengals continue to battle the kaleidoscope of unknowns posed by the pandemic unleashed on America. Even though the Bengals didn't get an extension by 4 p.m. Wednesday with wide receiver A.J. Green, designated their franchise free agent back in March, there are still hopes to strike a long-term deal after the season.
When Time Is Right, A.J. Green And His WRs Looking To Play Catch With Joe: "Wherever he is, we'll come to him."
A.J. Green took a look at the Bengals 2020 schedule Thursday night and talked about his 100-percent healthy ankle while praising Joe Burrow's grit, Tee Higgins' talent and Andy Dalton's new role.
Tee Higgins Embraces Bengals Tradition With A.J. Green's Style And Chad's Endorsement
As the Bengals second-round pick in last weekend's draft, Tee Higgins fits all the dimensions of the Big and Tall history of Bengals wide receivers with A.J. Green's style and Chad Johnson's endorsement. Just ask the big sister who knows him best.
A.J. Green Is It With Tag To Open Activity
As the NFL tried to cope with a pandemic, the Bengals on Monday embarked on business as unusual when they officially made seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green their franchise player by tendering a one-year deal in the neighborhood of $18 million. They also tendered four restricted free agents.
Bengals Designate A.J. Green As Franchise Player, Extend Tender Offer To Four Others
The Bengals designated WR A.J. Green as the team's franchise player, under terms of the NFL's Collective Bargaining Agreement. The team also extended tender offers to TE Cethan Carter, G Alex Redmond, DT Josh Tupou and S Brandon Wilson.
Campbell's Chunky And Bengals Partnership Tackles Local Hunger With Donation of 52,800 Servings of Soup to Cincinnati Foodbank
As part of the hunger relief program, Campbell donated 30 cans of soup for every Bengals defensive tackle during the 2019 regular season. The Bengals finished 2019 with 1076 tackles on defense, and maxed out the donation with two weeks remaining in their season. This year's donation topped last season's (25,000) by 1400 cans.
Countdown To Training Camp: Impact Players Returning From Injury
With the Bengals nine days away from the start of training camp, Bengals.com presents a series of articles examining various storylines, position battles and things to know. The latest installment looks at some of the top Bengals players returning from injury and how they can impact the team in 2019.
Notebook: Green Likes Uptempo Look; Taylor Wants Execution to Catch Up; Glenn On Guard
After the Bengals' first practice of spring Monday, wide receiver A.J. Green (toe) admitted we probably won't see him until the first day of training camp. But he can't wait after watching what new head coach Zac Taylor has done to the scheme. "The sky's the limit for this offense," Green said.
Receivers get out of the blocks
This band of wide receivers has shown in the first two weeks of spring ball plenty of timing. As in fast times. The Bengals strength and conditioning staff has been impressed with how fast the receivers are playing, a byproduct of the fast pace stressed in coordinator Bill Lazor's new offense.
A.J. Green, Bengals Tackle Hunger at Freestore Foodbank
Bengals WR A.J. Green was on hand Thursday, Jan. 23 to present his team's donation at the Freestore Foodbank's Mayerson Distribution Center. Campbell's Chunky® soup is donating more than 50,000 bowls of soup to the Freestore Foodbank, as part of the "Tackle Hunger" program, a partnership between Campbell Soup Company and the Bengals.