S.J. Green


216 lbs


6' 2"




South Florida


Jun 20th, 1985

Career Years:



Toronto Argonauts

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Started all 18 games for the Argos. Finished with 83 catches for 1,095 yards, the sixth time he hit the 1,000-yard mark. His best game was a nine catch, 134-yard, two-touchdown effort against Ottawa on August 2nd. Was named an East Division All-Star for the seventh time. Named the Argos Most Outstanding Player.


Played in 18 games, started all 18. Set career highs with 104 catches and 1,462 receiving yards, the fifth most in Argo history in each category. Had five games with at least 100-yards receiving. Set a career high with 210 yards in a Week Three game at Ottawa. Caught 13 passes Week 17 at Edmonton. Was named a CFL Top Performer of the Week four times. For the second time was named a CFL All-Star, was named an East Division All-Star for the sixth time. Playoffs: Started East Final vs. Saskatchewan, catching three passes for 27 yards.


Played two games, started both. Suffered season-ending injury June 30 against Ottawa.


Played 17 games, started 17. Caught 71 passes for 1,036 yards and three TDs. Was named East Division All-Star. Had a 180-yard performance against Winnipeg on July 10.


Played 16 games, started 16. Caught 53 passes for 835 yards and was named an East Division All-Star. Caught three TD passes in the season finale against Hamilton. Playoffs: Started in the East Semi-Final against B.C. and in the East Final at Hamilton. Had 13 catches for 221 yards and four TDs in the two games.


Green's first CFL All-Star selection was unanimous among the panel of 50 voters as he recorded his third-straight 1,000-yard season in 2013 while also finding the end zone for a personal best 13 times, placing him first among CFL receivers in that category. He caught passes from four different QBs this season and was on the receiving end of all three of Troy Smith's, Tanner Marsh's and Josh Neiswander's first career CFL touchdowns.


Green is coming off his second-straight 1,000-plus yards season, despite missing four games with a knee injury. His 61 catches were good for 1,111 yards, four touchdowns, and a second-consecutive East Division All-Star nomination. He also ranked first among Alouettes in receiving yards - seventh across the CFL - registering four 100-plus yards games in 2012, and recording a season-high 168 yards on 10 catches August 23 opposite Hamilton.


He had a career-high 87 receptions and hauled in 150 receiving yards in a single game for the first time in his career ... He eclipsed the 1,000 yard receiving plateau for the first time in his career on an 11-yard pass in the second quarter against Winnipeg on October 22 ... He also earned his first East Division All-Star selection.


Rejoined the Alouettes after he attended mini-camps with the New York Jets. Finished 3rd in the CFL for most receiving touchdowns, 3rd on the Alouettes for most receiving yards and 4th for most receptions. Won his 2nd Grey Cup with the Alouettes'.


Played his best game of the season against Edmonton July 9th; He recorded 238 yards and 2 touchdowns on 15 receptions. Won the Grey Cup with the Allouettes'.


He spent the majority of the season on the Alouettes; practice roster.


He spent the majority of the season on the Alouettes; practice roster.


He caught 63 career passes and scored four touchdowns; In 2006, he caught 20 passes for 328 yards and two touchdowns; He was the second-leading receiver on the Bulls in 2004 with 22 catches for 263 yards and one touchdown.


Grey Cup Champion: 2009, 2010 Milestones 1st game: 29-06-2007 vs SSK 1st reception: 29-06-2007 vs SSK 1st touchdown: 31-10-2008 @ EDM