S.J. Green to retire with the Alouettes

S.J. Green to retire with the Alouettes


Wide receiver S.J. Green will confirm his retirement from professional football at a press conference hosted by the Montreal Alouettes at Olympic Stadium. 

L 37-year-old American has chosen to sign a one-day contract with the Sparrows in order to retire in the uniform of the organization. 

The ex-number 19 will also be presented at the crowd at Percival-Molson Stadium, Saturday, on the sidelines of the game against the Toronto Argonauts.

Green has a total of 13 seasons in the Canadian League (CFL), including the first 10 in Montreal. < /p>

He won the Gray Cup in 2009 and 2010 with the “Als”, as well as in 2017 with the “Argos”. 

In career, he collected 10,222 yards and 60 touchdowns on 716 receptions. 

Among the Alouettes, he ranks fifth in Alouettes history with 6,554 yards through the air.

Named three times to the CFL All-Star Team, the Texas native earned a at least 1,000 passing yards in seven campaigns.