Former Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green announced his NFL retirement on Monday.
The seven-time Pro Bowl and two-time All-Pro selection played 12 seasons,
racking up 727 receptions, 10,514 receiving yards and 70 receiving touchdowns.
Green is considered one of the best players to ever don The Red & Black.
The Summerville, S.C., native appeared in 32 games for the Bulldogs in three seasons from 2008-2010 ,
and caught 166 passes for 2,619 yards and 23 touchdowns.
Despite Green’s short career in Athens, the 2011 No. 4 overall pick left,
Georgia with the second-most receiving touchdowns,
the third-most career receiving yards and the fourth-most career receptions in UGA history.