Ahman Green's agent denies reports that he signed with Packers
Ahman Green's agent denies media reports that the veteran running back has signed a contract to return to the Green Bay Packers.
Milwaukee radio station WSSP said Green, 32, had a contract in place Tuesday. And the Journal Sentinel anonymously quoted two of his former teammates who said Green told them he made a deal and received a Packer playbook.
But his agent, Joby Branion, said nothing happened Tuesday and he's not sure anything would happen today, either.
The Journal Sentinel said Green's return hinges on the health of injured Packers' running back DeShawn Wynn.
Wynn missed last Sunday's game against Detroit with a knee injury and he's having it re-examined today.
If it looks like he'll be out awhile, the Packers could sign Green as the main backup for Ryan Grant.
Green played for the Pack from 2000-06, and is the team's second all-time leading rusher.
He only played 14 games for Houston the past two years due to injuries.
The Packers will start practicing today for their next game on Sunday at Cleveland.