2012 (Wpg): After spending the first half of the season recovering from an offseason injury, James Green returned to Winnipeg in August and played in 12 games on special teams, recording five special teams tackles and one fumble recovery.
2011 (Wpg): Green switched to the offensive side of the ball and became a blocking fullback, responsible for opening up holes for the running backs as well as protecting the passer. He excelled on special teams and led the team in special teams tackles with 17, while also blocking one punt. Green also recorded three special teams tackles in the 99th Grey Cup.
2010 (Tor/Edm/Wpg): Green played in eight games for Winnipeg on special teams and racked up 12 sepcial teams tackles before his season came to an end due to a torn bicep. After being released by Toronto following training camp, he spent two weeks on Edmonton’s practice roster before being picked up by Winnipeg.
2009 (Tor): Green was drafted by the Toronto Argonauts in the third round (18th overall) of the 2009 CFL Draft and appeared in every game primarily on special teams. He ended his rookie campaign second on the team with 19 special teams tackles and also blocked one punt.
Calgary Dinos (CIS): Green was named a Canada West All-Star at safety as a senior after recording 29 tackles and two interceptions. He finished his collegiate career with 89 tackles, two interceptions and four sacks.
Signed as a free agent on August 3, 2010.