10:36 AM EDT, Mon August 29, 2016
#18 | WR
A.J. Green Rumors & News
- Height: 6' 4"
- Weight: 207
- Age 27
- Seasons: 6
- Salary: 10,176,000
- Birthplace: Summerville, South Carolina
- College: Georgia
For A.J. Green, there’s always work to do for what’s next. This year, he’s ready to step up and take on an even bigger role after an offseason that saw the Bengals’ No. 2 and No. 3 wide receivers walk away from the team. Since Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green showed up in Cincinnati, he’s been the No. 1 wide receiver and someone completely deserving of that role. He’s dominated on-the-field with 1,000+ yard receiving seasons in each of his first five NFL season. This offseason, Green lost two of his best fellow wide receivers to free agency, so he knows that he has work to do...
Intense matchups are one thing, but games between Cincinnati and Pittsburgh are becoming dangerous and personal, whereas they should really be about gamesmanship and competition. The Steelers quarterback is right on this one. At this point, the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers care about defeating one another almost as much as they care about their overall team success. The two teams totaled over $200,000 in fines in three games last season and post-season and the casualties they inflict upon one another are so significant that they directly affected the final outcomes of the two...
Willie Anderson was reunited with his former teammate, Andrew Whitworth, as Anderson started his guest assistant coaching job. Antonio Brown reassures Steelers fans that they don't have to worry about a holdout, and one of the best wide receivers ends his holdout as quickly as it began. Camp report: a birthday and a reunionWhy not? On his 28th birthday Green showed the crowd of 2,325 on the Paul Brown Stadium practice fields Sunday why he’s mentioned in the same breath as the NFL’s top receivers. On the day they broke out the shoulder pads, Green easily broke away during the first day...
A Ravens blogger, Steelers blogger and Bengals blogger discuss the AFC North and preview the upcoming season. With the NFL season approaching, I took some time to help preview the AFC North with other SB Nation bloggers on ASSIGNMENT: Football, a show on Fanspeak Radio Network. Tom and Mike who host the show had Nathan Beaucage of Baltimore Beatdown, Christopher Carter of Behind the Steel Curtain and myself on the show to talk AFC North football. We discussed the biggest losses and gains for each team this offseason, our season predictions and some playoff talk. Beaucage, who was pulling...