CB A.J. Green III says goodbye to Browns, city of Cleveland

After signing a futures deal with the Minnesota Vikings, cornerback A.J. Green III has said his goodbyes to the Cleveland Browns.

Green signed with the Browns as an undrafted free agent out of Oklahoma State after the 2020 NFL draft. He would then become a staple on the active roster for three years, where he even contributed and started games for the Browns. He racked up two career interceptions in that time. This year, however, he did not make the active roster and was signed back to the practice squad after he cleared waivers.

His time in Cleveland, however, is now over as he is off to Minnesota. He is not leaving without saying goodbye though, taking to social media to send out his love for Cleveland and the Browns:

“Thankful for the Last 4 Years in Cleveland   I appreciate the Fans, Front Office, Coaches, and Players I established a relationship with over the years!”

Best of luck to Green as his time in brown and orange has come to a close.

Story originally appeared on Browns Wire