Since entering the league in 2011, A.J. Green has been one of the most productive receivers in the National Football League. He’s rewarded fantasy football managers that draft him with consistent production in all three major categories-receptions, yards, and touchdowns. That all changed in 2019 when Green suffered an injury in training camp that kept him out the entire season. But now that he’s entering the 2020 season with a clean bill of health, should fantasy football players look to draft the Bengals veteran at a discounted ADP? Sports Illustrated’s fantasy football analyst Michael Fabiano and AllBengals editor James Rapien discuss Green as a top comeback player for the upcoming NFL Season.
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