AJ Green net worth 2023, contract details, salary, college, wife and age

AJ Green net worth 2023, contract details, salary, college, wife and age

Check out all about AJ Green, his age, career, net worth, contract, salary and more 

After 11 seasons in the NFL, A.J. Green made his retirement announcement this week. In a heartfelt Instagram message, the wide receiver thanked all of his teammates, coaches, and supporters.

Amid all this, when Green announced his retirement, many NFL fans are curious to know how much money the 34-year-old had made while playing in the league.

AJ Green net worth in 2023, contract details, salary, college, wife and age

A former wide receiver for American football who competed in the National Football League (NFL), Adriel Jeremiah Green was born on July 31, 1988, and is 34 years old. He is 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) tall.

In total, A.J. Green caught 727 passes for an impressive 10,514 receiving yards during his NFL career. Throughout 158 games, he hauled in 70 touchdown catches.

In six of his first seven seasons with the Bengals, he recorded at least 1,000 receiving yards. The receiver concluded his time in Cincinnati second in team history in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns.


The final two years of Green’s career were spent with the Cardinals. He has five touchdown receptions, 1,084 yards on 78 grabs, and 31 games for Arizona.

The 34-year-old retired having made the Pro Bowl seven times and twice made the second-team All-Pro. In his retirement, Green intends to spend more time with his family.

A.J Green wife, kids

A.J. Green wed Miranda Brooke, who was his college love, on March 21, 2015. Together, they have two sons.


A.J Green net worth, contract breakdown, salary

Green’s estimated net worth as of February 2023 is $40 million. He played with the Cincinnati Bengals for nine seasons before playing for the Arizona Cardinals for his final two.

The Bengals selected the receiver in the 2011 NFL Draft. He agreed to a four-year contract with the team for $19,688,098. After a strong first few seasons, he grew up to become one of the best receivers to ever play for the team.

Green’s contract was extended by the Bengals in 2015 with a new four-year offer of $60,000,000. Green agreed to an $18.2 million franchise-tag tender for the season in 2020.


He was given a one-year, $6,000,000 deal by the Arizona Cardinals the following year. Green signed a $3,500,000 deal to extend his contract with the team for another season. A remarkable $118,781,164 has been earned by him during the course of his NFL career.