JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Cincinnati Bengals receiver A.J.
Just before halftime in today's Bengals-Jaguars game, Jacksonville cornerback Jalen Ramsey gave A.J. Green a little shove at the end of a play.
Late in the first half with Jacksonville leading, 10-7, Green retaliated to a gentle push in the back from Ramsey by clothes lining the Jaguars corner and delivering several punches to Ramsey's helmet after he was on the ground.
Green got up and grabbed Ramsey around the neck before throwing him down. Jaguars linebacker Myles Jack was the first to reach the players and tried to pull Green off Ramsey.
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Wide receivers coach James Urban came out to escort Green off the field and into the locker room. Both players had to be separated and after a conference by referees they were both ejected. Bortles completed six of nine passes on the drive for 58 yards, and Ivory rushed three times for 24 yards.
Green is notoriously quiet and rarely shows emotion, making what happened on Sunday incredibly rare.
Fournette had missed the Jaguars' most recent game - a pre-bye week victory at Indianapolis - with an ankle injury.