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Bengals extend H-back Ryan Hewitt’s contract

The Bengals are adjusting a bit on offense this offseason, after losing coordinator Hue Jackson to a head coaching job and wide receivers Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu in free agency. But they’re taking small steps to lend some stability there. The team announced they had signed H-back Ryan Hewitt to a three-year contract extension.…

Bengals waiting to see “who steps up and who raises their hand” at receiver

The Bengals saw their wide receiver group undergo some significant changes this offseason. Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu moved on as free agents and the team drafted a pair of wideouts after signing Brandon LaFell to add some new blood to the competition for playing time alongside A.J. Green. During a conversation with Bengals radio announcer…

Bengals want Boyd to learn the slot position — and quickly

Bengals second-round wide receiver Tyler Boyd knows he’s being counted on for immediate production after Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu left via free agency. Boyd knows, too, that the Bengals see him as a slot receiver — and that after being the featured receiver at the University of Pittsburgh, he’ll have to be both precise…

Report: Bengals to work out Mike Williams

The Bengals have undergone changes to their receiving corps this offseason with Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones leaving as free agents and Brandon LaFell joining the club. There may be another veteran addition coming. Jim Owczarski of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports that former Bills and Buccaneers wideout Mike Williams will work out for the team…

Bengals, LaFell closing in on a deal

The Bengals have lost receivers Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones to free agency. Soon, they likely will be adding a replacement. Per a league source, the Bengals and Brandon LaFell are closing in on striking a deal that would place the veteran wideout in Cincinnati. LaFell, cut by the Patriots after a relatively disappointing 2015…

Mohamed Sanu to Falcons: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Cincinnati Bengals drafted wide receiver Mohamed Sanu in 2012, but the pass-catcher moved elsewhere Thursday after four seasons in the Queen City. The Atlanta Falcons announced they agreed to a new contract with the former Rutgers Scarlet Knight. Show More Summary

Mohamed Sanu signs with Falcons

Mohamed Sanu has officially joined Marvin Jones as a former Bengals wide receiver. The Falcons announced that they signed Sanu on Thursday afternoon. According to multiple reports, it’s a five-year deal for Sanu worth up to $32.5 million with $14 million fully guaranteed. Sanu, who was ranked as the No. 38 free agent on PFT’s…

Mohamed Sanu signs 5-year, $32.5 million deal with the Falcons

The Falcons have a void at wide receiver after parting ways with veteran Roddy White, and they hope Sanu can fill that role. The Falcons have announced that they have signed wide receiver Mohamed Sanu. The team had confirmed that Sanu...Show More Summary

Fantasy impact of Mohamed Sanu free agent signing

The ex-Bengal replaces Roddy White in the Atlanta passing game. We break down the fantasy implications. The release of wide receiver Roddy White left a potential hole in the Atlanta Falcons' passing game. The team filled that opening...Show More Summary

Sanu likely to visit Falcons; deal not done

The Falcons are indeed in the mix to get receiver Mohamed Sanu, as others have reported. However, a deal is not yet done. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Sanu likely will visit the Falcons. At that point, a contract could be signed. Sanu, along with receiver Marvin Jones, seem destined to become…

Patriots and Mohamed Sanu have mutual interest

The Patriots need a wide receiver, and Mohamed Sanu went to Rutgers. And since Bill Belichick brings in former Scarlet Knights at a rate unlike any other, that makes it seem perfect. According to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, there’s mutual interest between the Patriots and the Bengals wide receiver. Of course, there will…

WR Mohamed Sanu Proposes to GF at Liverpool-Man City Match (Video)

6 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

Maybe a soccer stadium filled with tens of thousands of screaming fans doesn’t sound like the most romantic place to pop the question, but that didn’t stop Mohamed Sanu from doing just that during a trip abroad. In a move that (maybe?) a soccer fan can appreciate, he took to bended knee in the 83rd minute, […]

WR Mohamed Sanu Successfully Proposes to Girlfriend During League Cup Final

Warning: Video contains NSFW language. It’s unclear where free-agent wide receiver Mohamed Sanu will play next season. What is a sure thing, though, is who will join him on that journey, regardless of his next team. During Sunday’s League...Show More Summary

Bengals' Mohamed Sanu popped the question in the middle of the League Cup final

She said yes ! #FutureMrsSanu #MyBaeby pic.twitter.com/x6eRni2juX — Mohamed Sanu Sr. (@Mo_12_Sanu) February 28, 2016 Things fizzled out for the Cincinnati Bengals last season, but things couldn't be any better for Mohamed Sanu. He didn't...Show More Summary

Cussing British Guy Soundtracks Mohamed Sanu's Marriage Proposal At The League Cup Final

6 months agoSports : Deadspin

Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu went to the League Cup final today a single man, and left hitched. A full Wembley Stadium isn’t the most intimate setting for a proposal, but it makes up for that with grandeur and the surprise factor. Read more...

Browns expected to make a run at Mohamed Sanu

Soon-to-be free agent Mohamed Sanu has practically said his goodbye to Cincinnati already, but at least one of the teams that want him has a familiar look. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns “are expected to pursue,” the fifth-year wideout, who is well familiar with coach Hue Jackson. Jackson…

Mohamed Sanu: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation on Free-Agent WR

Wide receiver Mohamed Sanu has been with the Cincinnati Bengals for his entire, four-year NFL career, but reports suggest his tenure will soon come to an end. According to Alex Marvez of FoxSports.com, sources said there is "virtually no chance" of the Rutgers product re-signing with the Bengals. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

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