What is A.J. Green's net worth? Contract breakdown and salary of ex-Bengals WR

Former Cincinnati Bengals WR AJ Green
Former Cincinnati Bengals WR AJ Green

A.J. Green announced his retirement on Monday after 11 years in the NFL. The wide receiver thanked all his teammates, coaches, and fans in an emotional Instagram post.

Amid Green's retirement, several NFL fans were keen to learn how much the 34-year-old made during his time in the league.

As of February 2023, Green reportedly has a net worth of $40 million. He spent nine seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals and his final two years with the Arizona Cardinals.

The receiver was picked by the Bengals in the 2011 NFL Draft. He signed a four-year deal with the team worth $19,688,098. He grew up becoming one of the best receivers to play for the franchise after an impressive few seasons.

Prime AJ Green was an animalCongrats on a fantastic career

In 2015, the Bengals extended Green's contract by giving him another four-year offer worth $60,000,000. In 2020, Green signed an $18.2 million franchise-tag tender for the season.

The following year, he was traded to the Arizona Cardinals on a one-year, $6,000,000 contract. Green extended his stay with the team for another season on a $3,500,000 deal.

His career earnings over his NFL career amount to a staggering $118,781,164.

A.J. Green's NFL stats and honors

Former Cincinnati Bengals WR A.J. Green
Former Cincinnati Bengals WR A.J. Green

A.J. Green finished his NFL career with an impressive 10,514 receiving yards on 727 passes. He caught 70 touchdowns through the air across 158 games.

He tallied at least 1,000 receiving yards in six of his first seven seasons with the Bengals. The receiver finished his stint in Cincinnati ranked second in franchise history in receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, and receptions.

Green spent the final two seasons of his career with the Cardinals. In 31 games for Arizona, he had 78 receptions for 1,084 yards and five touchdowns.

The 34-year-old finished his career as a seven-time Pro Bowler and two-time second-team All-Pro.

Green is looking forward to his retirement and spending more time with his family.

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