Bengals WR A.J. Green says he’s a loyal person and wants to bring something to the city of Cincinnati.
“My goal when I got drafted was to always stay in one place the whole time,” Green said, via the Cincinnati Enquirer. “No matter what the situation was. I want to win, I want to bring something to this city. I don’t want to be like, ‘Oh, A.J. left because he wasn’t winning.’ It’s not about football, that’s just who I am to stay loyal to whoever gave me an opportunity. It’s been fun. I wouldn’t rather be nowhere else. In tough times that’s why I’m here, try to lead these guys and get this thing back on the road and for the future. I have one more year on my contract and then we’ll see what happens.”
Browns’ interim HC Gregg Williams said he would be fine returning, even if he doesn’t land the full-time head coaching job.
“I love what I do,” Williams said Tony Grossi of ESPN. “In all honesty, If I wasn’t a head coach or defensive coordinator, I’d love to be a special teams coordinator again. I loved that time there. Even the position coach part of it, [and] when I went and helped Mike Munchak being an assistant head coach with him, too [in 2013].
- Ravens QB Joe Flacco returned to practice on Thursday and participated in throwing drills but appeared limited by hip injury.
- Jamison Hensley notes that it still looks like Lamar Jackson will be the starter in Week 13.