Sportsnaut "A.J. Green and the Cincinnati Bengals haven’t agreed to a long-term contract, but that isn’t stopping the wide receiver from showing up to voluntary workouts. While both parties are pursuing a new deal for Green, he was present at the Bengals’ first day of optional conditioning. Geoff Hobson of..." April 21
Cincinnati Enquirer "The chances A.J. Green plays in this weekend's Wild Card game against Indianapolis took a hit Friday. And now the Bengals wait with hope giving way to reality. He was listed as doubtful on the official injury report. Green suffered a concussion after being stripped of the football Sunday..." January 03
Sense getting today is AJ won't practice. Still on protocol
Lewis added that there was no structural damage in Green's arm, just a little swelling this morning. #Bengals
Monday Marvin on AJ: we'll see how he does this week
Fox Sports Ohio "When your dad's an NFL wide receiver, he should probably be your favorite player. Well, maybe unless one of the best wideouts in the league was his teammate for the first three seasons of his career. Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins was once a Cincinnati Bengal, with Pro Bowler..." October 23
Looks like no AJ, but that would not rule him out Sunday
Bengals WR AJ Green is in a walking boot at practice today. Multiple sources say he will not play Sunday vs Panthers.
#Bengals WR AJ Green is seeing the doc tomorrow after suffering in practice the same toe/foot injury as before. Status for Sunday in doubt
After meeting with his foot doctor this morning, #Bengals WR AJ Green is not expected to play this Sunday, source says.
Pro Football Talk "The Bengals were proven vulnerable Sunday night, and they might have gotten more vulnerable this afternoon. According to Geoff Hobson of the team’s official website, wide receiver A.J. Green just left the practice field on a golf cart, after apparently aggravating the toe injury that has..." October 08
Cincinnati Enquirer "Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis told reporters who cover the Tennessee Titans via a conference call on Wednesday that he expects injured wide receiver A.J. Green to play on Sunday, while Green told Cincinnati reporters he is simply hopeful to play, although he didn't practice on Wednesday. The..." September 18
A.J. Green (foot) also will be good to go against the Falcons, according to Lewis.
Cincinnati Enquirer "Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green said he can understand why Los Angeles Clippers players reacted the way they did to the Donald Sterling controversy, after the NBA team owner allegedly made racist remarks. Clippers players gathered at center court Sunday before their 118-97 Game 4 loss in their..." April 29
Dayton Daily News "When Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green saw reporters approaching his locker Monday morning, he no doubt expected to be asked about the team picking up the club option for a fifth year, a move that was made last Monday and will pay the Pro Bowl wide receiver a reported $10.176 million in 2015, well..." April 28
Cincy Jungle "The Bengals have ensured that AJ Green will remain with the team for at least two more years. The best player on the Cincinnati Bengals roster is now locked-up for at least one more year. That's because the team exercised the fifth-year option on wide receiver A.J. Green, which means he has two..." April 21
Pro Football Talk "By May 3, the Bengals inevitably will exercise the fifth-year option on receiver A.J. Green’s contract. The bigger question is whether the Bengals will be extending Green’s contract by more than a year. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, talks on an extension for Green have not yet..." April 18
ESPN.com "Bengals receiver A.J. Green said Monday that he would like for his next contract to get done before the end of next season, but added that he was content waiting in the event it didn't come together. "Anybody would like to have it done," the Pro Bowl receiver said one day after his team was..." January 06
NFL Spinzone "The Cincinnati Bengals were missing two key pass-catchers from practice yesterday in superstar wide receiver A.J. Green and rookie tight end Tyler Eifert, and there were more concerns regarding Eifert’s status than Green’s. Even though losing Green would be devastating, his absence yesterday was..." January 02
No Green at @Bengals practice but he's expected to play.
USA Today "A.J. Green says he won't go to Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden to make sure he's a major part of their playoff game plan next week. "I don't think I have to go to him anymore," Green told USA TODAY Sports in the Bengals locker room Thursday. "I think he knows." And Gruden..." December 27
Cincinnati Enquirer "As the Bengals get set to begin their stretch run for the second straight year in San Diego, there are a number of familiar themes that have carried over. One of the most notable is which receiver after A.J. Green will break through. At the beginning of the season, many thought it would be..." November 28
Cincinnati Enquirer "There are certain things that A.J. Green doesn’t have control of. There is one major thing that he can manage though and he acknowledged that he needs to do a better job of controlling. An introspective Green said Wednesday that he let his emotions get the better of him during last Sunday’s..." October 03
Cincinnati Enquirer "Since returning to practice on Aug. 14 A.J. Green has looked like he barely missed a step after missing two weeks due to a bruised knee. In his first preseason action on Saturday Green got some game action in and finished with 3 receptions for 42 yards. “I felt good out there. It was good to..." August 25
Cincy Jungle "Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green feels like he's back to 100 percent but the Bengals are taking a cautious approach. After spending nearly three weeks on the sidelines with a hyper-extended knee Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green returned to practice on Wednesday in an..." August 15
Green says he's 100 percent
AJ Green back on the #Bengals practice field for first time since he bruised his knee two weeks ago. Primarily individual drills.
NFL.com "The Cincinnati Bengals are staying cautious with A.J. Green's knee. The team's star wide receiver is unlikely to travel to Atlanta to face the Falcons in the Bengals' first preseason game on Aug. 8 according to the team's official website. Green hasn't practiced since he banged up his knee..." August 02
Fox Sports Ohio "A.J. Green will miss the next few days of practice at the minimum but there is no structural damage to his left knee that the Bengals All-Pro receiver injured on Thursday’s opening day of training camp. Green had an MRI of the knee taken on Thursday. The test revealed bruising both internally..." July 26
CBSSports.com "In the middle of practice Thursday Bengals receiver A.J. Green scared the entire Cincinnati fanbase when he fell to the ground on a deep-ball drill and didn't immediately rise. After spending time on the turf with the medical staff examining him Green left the field reportedly without..." July 25
Big Lead Sports "A.J. Green, star wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals, announced his engagement to singer Miranda Brooke on Twitter yesterday. Who is Miranda Brooke? Good question. While I am sure this is true love, it also looks like a good career move for Brooke. She is an artist signed by Island Def..." July 20
Stripe Hype "Modesty is always a good trait to have. It’s also a characteristic that is getting rarer and rarer with each passing generation of professional athletes. To say one thing, A.J. Green of the Cincinnati Bengals hasn’t lost that trait since becoming a pro football player. In the last two years,..." June 23
Cincy Jungle "The news that the Chiefs re-signed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe to a five-year deal worth $56 million, with $26 million guaranteed, got me thinking about A.J. Green and what we can expect for him when the team's able to extend his contract. Of course, they can't extend his contract until next season,..." March 06
Cincinnati Enquirer "A.J. Green had fun in last Sunday's Pro Bowl with three touchdowns, but he admitted that the disappointment over the Bengals' 19-13 loss to the Texans in the first round of the playoffs still stings, even more so than last year. "It's more disappointing because we had the team and we could have..." February 01