A.J. Green officially retires as a Bengal

Cincinnati Bengals great A.J. Green has officially retired as a member of the team.

Green, who announced his retirement from the NFL in February, was at Paycor Stadium on Saturday to make things official before serving as the Ruler of the Jungle for the team’s home opener against the Baltimore Ravens.

The fourth pick by the Bengals in 2011, Green caught 649 passes (second all-time in franchise history) for 9,430 yards (2nd) and 65 receiving touchdowns (2nd) and recorded 33 100-yard games (1st).

Green, who went on to play two years with the Arizona Cardinals, finished with seven Pro Bowls and two All-Pro nods.

A look at the happenings around Paycor on Saturday:

Story originally appeared on Bengals Wire