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Ahman Green

Weight:

220 lbs

Height:

6' 0"

Position:

Running Back

College:

Nebraska

Birthdate:

Feb 16th, 1977

Career Years:

1

Team:

Alumni

Highlights

2011

On March 9th Green signed with Montreal.

2010

He played eight games with the UFL Omaha Nighthawks, recording 253 yards on 68 carries and 50 yards on eight catches.

2009

He joined the Packers in the middle of the season, playing eight games and recording 160 yards and one touchdown on 41 carries… He set a new team record, surpassing Jim Taylor in first place in Packers’ history for most career rushing yards.

2008

In eight games with the Texans, he recorded 294 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 74 carries and added 32 receiving yards on 11 catches.

2007

He played six games with the Houston Texans, totalling 260 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 70 carries and 123 receiving yards on 14 receptions

2006

He became the first player in Packers’ history to reach 1,000 rushing yards in a season for a sixth consecutive season… He recorded 1,059 rushing yards and five touchdowns on 266 carries and finished second on the team with 46 receptions, registering 373 receiving yards and one touchdown… He missed two games with a hamstring injury.

2005

He played five games before missing the remainder of the season with a quadricep injury… He totalled 255 rushing yards on 77 carries and 147 receiving yards on 19 receptions.

2004

He was part of an offence that set a Packers franchise record with 6,357 yards… He recorded 1,163 rushing yards and seven majors on 259 carries and 275 receiving yards and one touchdown on 40 catches… He completed his first career touchdown pass, a 20-yard play to receiver Donald Driver… He missed one game due to injury.

2003

He turned in one of the best seasons by a running back in NFL history, tying for seventh in league history – and second only to Baltimore Ravens’ Jamal Lewis in 2001 – with 1,883 rushing yards, which would have led the NFL in 77 of the league’s 85 seasons, was the best individual rushing season by a player not winning the rushing title… He set the Packers’ single-game rushing record twice during the season, becoming the first player in team history to reach 200 rushing yards in a game (218) on Dec. 28 against Denver… His 227 yards from scrimmage during that game were a club single-game record by a running back and his 98-yard touchdown run was the second-longest rushing play in NFL history and a team record with the Packers… He set a new team record with 20 touchdowns in a season, finishing second in the league with 15 rushing majors… He set a new Packers’ record with 10 games with 100-or-more yards in a game, including four consecutive games… He set a team record and became the first player in Packers’ history to reach 2,000 yards from scrimmage with 2,250… He also tied a team record with seven straight games with at least a touchdown… He recorded 267 receiving yards and five touchdowns on 50 catches.

2002

He finished fifth in Packers’ history for most rushing yards in one season, recording 1,240 yards and seven touchdowns on 286 carries… He also added 393 receiving yards and two majors on 57 receptions… He missed two games due to injury.

2001

He finished third in the NFL for most scrimmage yards and fifth for most all-purpose yards with 1,981 yards, fourth with 1,287 rushing yards and tied for fourth with nine rushing touchdowns… He also led his team in catches for a second consecutive year, recording 594 receiving yards and two touchdowns on 62 receptions.

2000

He became the first Green Bay player to lead the club in both rushing and receiving in 23 years, recording 1,175 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns on 263 carries and 559 receiving yards and three majors in 73 receptions

1999

He was the team’s main kickoff returner and finished sixth in the AFC with 818 yards on 36 kickoff returns… He also recorded 120 rushing yards on 26 carries.

1998

He was mostly used on special teams, recording 620 return yards on 27 kickoffs while adding six special teams tackles… He registered 209 rushing yards and one touchdown on 35 carries.

1995-1997

He concluded his career in second place in Nebraska’s history with 3,880 rushing yards and 42 touchdowns, while helping his team win two national titles in 1995 and 1997… He also recorded 300 receiving yards and three touchdowns on 35 catches.

Honours

• Pro Bowl: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 • All-Pro Selection: 2001, 2003 • NFL Offensive Player of the Year: 2003 • Green Bay Packers all-time leading rusher • NCAA National Championship: 1995, 1997

College

He studied geography.

Personal

He is involved in several community programs… He excelled in track and field and baseball… He has two daughters, Ahmani and Myahni.