Veteran receiver S.J. Green to retire Friday as member of Alouettes


S.J. Green will retire Friday as a member of the Montreal Alouettes.

The CFL membership introduced Wednesday that Green will sign a one-day contract with the Alouettes in Montreal, after which name it a profession. He will even attend the crew’s recreation Saturday towards the Toronto Argonauts.

The six-foot-two, 217-pound Green, a local of Fort Worth, Tex., performed 13 CFL seasons with Montreal (2007-16) and Toronto (2017-19). He registered 716 catches for 10,222 yards with 60 TDs over 116 regular-season video games.

He was named a league all-star twice and an East Division all-star eight occasions.

Green, 37, gained Grey Cups with Montreal (2009, 2010) and Toronto (2017). His final championship got here after lacking the 2016 season with a severe knee harm.

He cracked the 1,000-yard receiving plateau seven occasions throughout his CFL profession, together with all three seasons with Toronto. His greatest marketing campaign was in 2017 with the Argos when he registered 104 catches for 1,462 yards — each profession highs — with 10 TDs.


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