Despite blowing a huge lead in the late stages of Super Bowl LI, Sanu doesn't think that collapse defines the team. A lot of people held Kyle Shanahan, Atlanta’s former offensive coordinator and San Francisco 49ers new head coach, accountable...Show More Summary
Shortly after the Super Bowl, former NFL coach Kevin Gilbride stopped by PFT Live and told us that it can take a long time for an NFL team to get over a playoff collapse. Gilbride has first-hand experience on that front as he was the offensive coordinator for the 1992 Oilers when they blew a…
“Told you he caught that st. Knew he did.” - Mohamed Sanu Julio Jones and Julian Edelman traded two of the most difficult and awe-inspiring catches coming down the stretch in the Super Bowl, with Edelman and the Patriots coming out on...Show More Summary
The Falcons keep making things look simple. The Atlanta Falcons had another surgical drive against the Patriots in the middle of the third quarter, that included big catches by Taylor Gabriel and Mohamed Sanu. The Falcons capped offShow More Summary
Reporters flocked to the podium occupied by Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu at the Super Bowl media scrum, eager to find out what he thinks about President Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries. But for Sanu, the only Muslim in Super Bowl LI, the topic of religion was out of bounds. […]
ATL Falcons stud receiver Mohamed Sanu has one hell of an expert helping to guide his career... NFL Hall of Famer Andre Reed. The Buffalo Bills legend just touched down in Houston where he'll cheer on his 27-year-old protege -- so we had to…
Falcons receiver Mohamed Sanu didn’t want to get into religion or politics the week of the Super Bowl, but his boss didn’t mind wading into the fray. Sanu, a Muslim, didn’t want to discuss president Donald Trump’s executive order which suspended entry of people from seven Muslim countries. But Falcons owner Arthur Blank, who is…
Mohamed Sanu wants to focus on football, but as the only Muslim in the Super Bowl, he's naturally concerned about Trump’s travel ban.
HOUSTON — It seems everyone is talking about President Donald Trump’s executive order to temporarily ban travel to and from seven countries with high Muslim populations. But Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu said at Monday night’s media availability that he will not be touching questions about that subject — not yet, anyway. Show More Summary
Mohamed Sanu and Martellus Bennett expressed concerns as well. Super Bowl Opening Night took place at Minute Maid Park in Houston on Monday, and a topic of conversation surrounding the event was President Donald Trump. Falcons ownerShow More Summary
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu wants no part of talking about his religious beliefs as he prepares for his first Super Bowl appearance
Mohamed Sanu was polite about not saying anything, after being given many opportunities to say something. But the Falcons wide receiver was not interested in talking about President Donald Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries. Sanu, who was raised Muslim, said media day wasn’t the venue for the topic. “Very tough…
Mohamed Sanu, who is Muslim, said he was "here to focus on football."
Falcons WR Mohamed Sanu, Patriots CB Logan Ryan may even match up frequently.
Coach Bill Belichick is looking for Mohamed Sanu to do something sneaky
Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu hasn’t thrown a pass this season and didn’t throw one with the Bengals last year, but he has a history that shows he can make plays with his arm. Sanu is 5-for-5 with three touchdowns as a passer and that’s something Patriots coach Bill Belichick said he and his staff…
ATLANTA — He was lurking, running decoy routes and the occasional quick slant. He took plays off, jogging to the sideline and watching with the rest of the Georgia Dome as Mohamed Sanu gashed the Green Bay Packers defense. You started to wonder whether the reports of injuries to his toe and foot were even more severe than reported. Show More Summary
Sanu is among the N.F.L. players for whom stocks are traded on an exchange, and his shares could get a bump from his Super Bowl appearance.
ATLANTA—He was lurking, running decoy routes and the occasional quick slant. He took plays off, jogging to the sideline and watching with the rest of the Georgia Dome as Mohamed Sanu gashed the Green Bay Packers defense. You started to wonder whether the reports of injuries to his toe and foot were even more severe than reported. Show More Summary
Matt Ryan and the Falcons dominated the first half and hold a 24-0 halftime lead over the Packers. Ryan has thrown touchdown passes to Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu and also ran 14 yards for a score. He threw for 271 yards in the first half. Jones caught a 5-yard touchdown pass with three seconds…