S.J. Green inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame

Montreal, May 3, 2024 – Wide receiver S.J. Green received the call from the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

The Fort Worth, TX started his career in the CFL from 2007 to 2009 in Montréal before heading to the N.Y. Jets in 2010. He came back in the nest to play seven more seasons for a total of116 games in Montreal. He hoisted the Grey Cup in 2009 and 2010. He was elected to the CFL All-Star in 2013 and was chosen to the East Divison All-Star from 2011 to 2015.

Green pulled down highlight reel catches for 13 seasons (2007-2019) and 170 games with Montreal and Toronto. At 10,222 receiving yards, he is one of 18 players to surpass 10,000, and his 716 receptions are 12th all-time. He notched 30 career 100-yard games and collected 60 touchdowns.

The 38-year-old was elected on the East Divison All-Star from 2017 to 2019 with Toronto and was a CFL All-Star in 2017. He won the Grey Cup in 2017 with the Argonauts.

Chad Owens also inducted

The wide receiver started his career in 2009 with the Alouettes after a few seasons with Jacksonville in the NFL.

Over a 105-game career spanning nine years (2009-2017) with Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton and Saskatchewan, The Flyin’ Hawaiian was named a Divisional All-Star five times, a CFL All-Star on four occasions, and the league’s Most Outstanding Special Teams Player in 2010 and 2011. He sits No. 8 in league history in kick return yards (10,309) and No. 10 in combined yards (16,698). He won the Grey Cup in 2012 with the Argonauts.