Georgia junior wide receiver A.J. Green has denied an earlier report that he's made up his mind and will enter the 2011 NFL Draft. "Haven't even made a decision yet," Green tweeted early on Thursday.
Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green led his team in catches and yards against Georgia Tech but failed to reach the endzone. Green finished the game with eight catches for 97 yards.
Georgia receiver A.J. Green says he won't decide on whether he will stay or enter the 2011 NFL Draft until after Georgia's bowl game - if they play in one. A key factor, however, is the NFL's labor agreement. "That’s really gonna play a big part in my decision,” Green said. “Because if they’re talking about a lockout, there’s really no point in me leaving.”
Georiga wide receiver A.J. Green may have just cemented his jump to the NFL after coming up big against Auburn. Green hauled in nine catches for 164 yards and two scores as the Bulldogs fell to the Tigers.
As the Bulldogs put it on Idaho State, wide receiver A.J. Green found himself open enough to snag six passes for 103 yards and two touchdowns.
Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green has been suffering from leg cramps and has not been full speed this week in practice. “We’re hoping that he can make it through,” coach Mark Richt said. “Even (Tuesday) he was not full speed, and I was like, ‘Oh man.’ It was making me nervous."
“I don’t know yet. But I do feel like I owe some of the fans some more stuff, just missing those four games. So I don’t know,” Georgia receiver A.J. Green said when asked if he would leave early for the NFL. “Like I said, I’m gonna sit down with my family whenever the time comes and make the best decision for me.”
A.J. Green faced off against Colorado in his first game back from a four game suspension and picked up right where he left off. Green caught seven passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns in the loss. Green even added a 40-yard rush on the night.
“I broke the rule and I paid my price,” Georgia receiver A.J. Green said about his recent suspension, “And I’m just ready to play again.”
The NCAA has upheld its decision to suspend Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green for four games after selling a game jersey.
The NCAA has ruled that Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green, will need to miss four total games before being eligible to play after selling a game jersey to a sport agent. Green has already missed the season opener and barring an appeal, will have to miss three more game.
Georgia coach Mark Richt wouldn't say whether or not suspended receiver A.J. Green would play against South Carolina this week, but Tavarres King will.
Georgia receiver A.J. Green will be held out of today's game due to the ongoing NCAA investigating regarding players, agents and a party in Miami.
If there was any concern that A.J. Green's production would go down with yet another new quarterback, those worries were dispelled in the Bulldogs' first scrimmage. Green caught five balls for 141 yards and two scores.