Chicago Bears: 4 Options to replace Allen Robinson in 2021
By Joseph Herff
A.J. Green, Cincinnati Bengals
At 33-years-old, former seven-time Pro Bowler A.J. Green is not the same wide receiver he once was. Both injuries and age has slowed him down throughout the years. But, that doesn’t mean Green isn’t still a solid wide receiver and a starter quality.
After struggling with injuries the past two seasons, Green has remained relatively healthy this season playing in every game for the Bengals. He hasn’t done much as he has taken a back seat to emerging rookie Tee Higgins and slot wide receiver, Tyler Boyd.
He hasn’t developed good chemistry with rookie quarterback Joe Burrow either. He has 80 targets from Burrow which has only turned into 35 receptions for 357 yards and one touchdown. He’s not dropping a lot of passes either as he only has two drops. Burrow has just been very off-target when attempting to connect with Green.
Green may be old, but he would draw plenty of attention as teams would respect his skill as a wide receiver, and he can still win the 50/50 balls. He would be a good wide receiver to add on a one-year deal for a decent value as well.