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Mailbag: October 9, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Is now the perfect time to trade DeVante Parker? David Johnson's underused pass-catching skills. Is Matt Ryan cooked? Brandin Cooks worries, and more. more »

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Factoid: A.J. Green

At what point do we pull the plug on A.J. Green? Joe Burrow keeps throwing for 300-plus yards, yet Green is averaging under 30 yards per week.  more »

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Sep
25

Bengals WR Green off to slow start

Veteran Cincinnati wide receiver A.J. GREEN has had a quiet start to the 2020 season, admitting this week that he is still a bit “rusty”. Green’s slow start should not beMore a big surprise, considering the wideout is playing in his first games since 2018. Green also dealt with a nagging hamstring injury during training camp. Green added that he has a new quarterback and a new offense in a year without a preseason. Meanwhile, fantasy owners are hoping Green knocks off the rust sooner than later. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

Aug
27

Bengals WR Green returns to action

After being sidelined for the past week with a bad hammy, Cincinnati wide receiver A.J. GREEN returned to practice on Wednesday. Green had not practiced since August 17th, although he should have time to get into game shape with the start of the regular season still two weeks away.

Source: Team Blog

Aug
26

Bengals wideouts set to return to action

Cincinnati Bengals wide receivers A.J. GREEN and JOHN ROSS are set to return to the practice field today. Green has been sidelined with a hamstring injury, although the Bengals insist theyMore are just being cautious with their veteran wideout. With Ross also expected to return to action, rookie quarterback JOE BURROW will have his full arsenal for the first time. Less

Source: Team Website

Aug
18

Bengals WR Green injures leg in practice

Veteran Cincinnati wide receiver A.J. GREEN tweaked what appeared to be his left hamstring during training camp on Monday. Greed did not seem too concerned by the injury, but the BengalsMore held him out of the rest of practice for what is believed to be precautionary reasons. Green has battled lower body injuries in three of the last four seasons, although this appears to be a minor issue. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

Factoid: A.J. Green

Yesterday, in a discussion of the bounce-back prospects for A.J. Green, a reader asked about how older wide receivers coming off injury have fared the next season. I said I'd look into it; here are those results.   more »

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Ask the Experts: Who will be Comeback Player of the Year?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Among 2019's biggest disappointments, who will be Comeback Player of the Year?  more »

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Aug
11

A.J. Green looking like old self

Teammates of veteran Cincinnati wide receiver A.J. GREEN said during last week’s practices that the star wideout is back. Teammates have been raving about Green’s explosiveness and athleticism as the 32-year-old wideout works his way back from an ankle injury that cost him the entire 2019 season.

Source: Team Blog

Jul
21

Bengals WR Green likes offseason moves

Veteran Cincinnati wide receiver A.J. GREEN is excited about the Bengals potential heading into the 2020 season. Green says the addition of top overall pick JOE BURROW, along with a flurry of offseason moves, has the Bengals heading in the right direction.

Source: NFL.com

Around the NFL: A.J. Green

Looks like we're discussing the possibility of veterans bouncing back from poor seasons this week. So how about A.J. Green? Not only did he not play at all last season, but he missed at least 6 games in two of the three seasons prior to that. Is he worth a significant draft pick?  more »

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Jul
17

No long-term deal between Bengals, WR Green

The Cincinnati Bengals and wide receiver A.J. GREEN failed to reach a long-term deal before Wednesday’s deadline to do so. The Bengals and Green were reportedly far apart in contract negotiations,More so the failure to reach a new deal does not come as a surprise. Green, who turns 32 later this month, will play the season under the one-year franchise tag. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

Apr
9

Green fully healthy after lost season

Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor said on Wednesday that star wide receiver A.J. GREEN is fully healthy once again. Green has not played since December of 2018 and has playedMore in only nine games over the past two seasons. Green tore ligaments in his left ankle on the first day of training camp last summer, requiring surgery. He missed the season, with the team finally placing him on injured reserve late in the year. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Around the NFL: Free agent receivers

A.J. Green is headed for free agency, but the Bengals have maintained all along that he’s not going anywhere. They’re talking as if it’s a near-given that he’s going to re-sign.  more »

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Feb
24

Bengals interested in keeping veteran WR Green

Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor said that the team would like to keep veteran wide receiver A.J. GREEN around heading into the upcoming season. Green is set to become aMore free agent next month, but he has not played a game since December of 2018 due to injuries. The Bengals are reportedly exploring options with Green, including a new contract and the possible use of the franchise tag. Less

Source: NBC Sports

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