Green has missed his side's last three matches due to a toe injury, but he has practiced this week, and Lewis feels that the wideout is ready to make his return.
However, the Bengals will be without starting running back Giovani Bernard for the clash at Paul Brown Stadium.
"AJ has looked fine," Lewis told reporters. "He wants to play. He's telling everybody he wants to play. If everything stays the way it is, he'll play."
The Bengals have a 4-2-1 record ahead of their clash with the Jaguars.