Cincinnati Bengals WR A.J. Green (ankle) is not expected to play in either of the final two games of the season, but his recent visit with Dr. Robert Anderson reportedly went well. Anderson informed Green that he can have a normal offseason of training and the injury won’t prevent him from continuing his career.
‘I would have been better off breaking (the ankle). … It’s finally turned the corner. It’s been feeling better and better each week. There were no (recent) setbacks. The plan was to go up there (to meet Anderson). He liked the way it looked. He said it’s only a matter of time. It’s not (ready) to play a game, but he was like, it’s a good thing I didn’t rush this thing. (Anderson) said the biggest thing for me is to get my range of motion back. Most of it is back. It will take time as I keep running routes and keep doing (rehab) stuff,’ Green said.Bengals.com - Geoff Hobson