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Bengals News (4/1): A.J. Green’s hypothetical trade value

Bengals fans don’t have to worry about A.J. Green getting traded, but with a few high level receivers getting traded recently, what could Cincinnati hypothetically get in return?

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Green And Boyd Listed Among Top WR Duos In 2019
Green recorded 46 receptions for 694 yards (15.1-yard average) and six touchdowns during the 2018 season. In his Bengals career, Green has 63 receiving touchdowns since entering the NFL in 2011, which ranks sixth in the NFL over that span. He is one of only seven players with at least 60 receiving touchdowns since 2011.

Report: Bengals hosting free-agent OT Jordan Mills on visit
Mills, 28, was a fifth-round pick in 2013 and has played for two different teams. He was the right tackle in Buffalo last year and hasn’t missed a game since 2015.

Bengals have a predraft visit set with LSU LB Devin White
The Bengals selecting White at No. 11 is one of the most popular theories of draft season. He’s an obvious fit for a major need in Cincinnati and happens to have stock sitting right around their selection. In recent years, the Bengals haven’t been shy about attacking their biggest need in the first round.

How Much Is A.J. Green Worth in Today's NFL?
Last August, Odell Beckham Jr. inked a five-year, $90 million extension with the New York Giants that included almost $41 million guaranteed at signing. After a trade sent him from the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Oakland Raiders, Antonio Brown received a three-year, $50.1 million extension with just over $30 million in guarantees. Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman reported the Atlanta Falcons are in talks with Julio Jones on an extension worth $20 million per season.

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