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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Jeff Green
Mark Taylor ranks the Xfinity Series drivers for the 2020 season. Does Justin Allgaier have what it takes to grab the top spot?
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Green raced the entire schedule last season, mainly in the No. 93 RSS Racing Chevy. He collected 31 DNF's so this was strictly a start-and-park effort. The veteran driver will likely do the same in 2019.
Green started most of the schedule in 2017, but bounced around between several different teams. He may race in a similar situation in 2018.
Green's 2016 plans have not been announced.
Green raced the full schedule for this start-and-park team in 2012 to little effect. Although it's unknown what the No. 10 team's plans are for 2013, it's very likely that Green will be along for the ride again.
Green takes over the #66 ride of Haas CNC Racing. This team had some flashes of ability in 2005 with former driver Mike Bliss. Who knows, maybe Green and this race team can click in 2006.
More Fantasy News
Headed for rotator cuff surgery
For the second time in as many weeks, the 2000 NASCAR Nationwide Series Champion, Green, will sub for recuperating driver Eric McClure, who sustained injuries in a late-race accident two weeks ago at Talladega Superspeedway, TriStar Motorsports PR reports.
Green will drive the No. 40 Key Motorsports Chevy this Saturday at Nashville for the second time this season after running the Aaron's 312 at Talladega for car owner Curtis Key, Key Motorsports PR reports.
With Scott Wimmer stepping out of the No. 40 Chevy to fulfill driving obligations with another team, Green will be sliding behind the wheel of the Key Motorsports NNS entry this weekend at Darlington, Key Motorsports PR reports.