Last year it was Andy Dalton, this year it could be A.J. Green.
The longtime Bengals wide receiver spoke today about Sunday’s matchup with the Baltimore Ravens potentially being the last of his career with Cincinnati, 10 years of playing in the Queen City.
“If this is my last game, I had an unbelievable 10 years here,” Green said Thursday.
Since being the 4th overall pick in the 2011 draft for Cincy, Green has had a stellar career pulling in 649 passes for 9430 yards and 65 touchdowns.
It’s been a tough year for Green in 2020, as he is mostly playing as the team’s third receiver, pulling in 47 passes for 523 yards and two scores.
Green is making $18.1 million this year, money that he won’t be able to find on the free agent market no matter where he goes in 2021.
For now, it will be an emotional send off Sunday for Green, who has been an example of a great player over the last decade.
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