Data Scout Notes: 1stCasWR&PR/P1stC/P1stM/2nd team
Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Steelers' picks: Round 3/82 -- Emmanuel Sanders, WR, 5-11, 180, SMU, Fast and quick, but slight of build, he could be the Hines Ward replacement in a few years. He caught 98 passes in the wide-open June Jones offense last season and had 235 in his career, mostly out of the slot position. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Emmanuel Sanders News
09/22/14 - WR Emmanuel Sanders established career highs in receptions (11) and receiving yards (149) in Sunday's loss to Seattle. Through three games, he is the Broncos' leader in receptions (25) and yardage (334), but has not scored a touchdown.
09/21/14 - WR Emmanuel Sanders had a career-high 149 receiving yards on 11 catches one week after gaining 108 yards against Kansas City. His biggest catch came on the game-tying drive in regulation, when he got things started with a 42-yard grab. "My personal achievements don't matter if we have an L in the loss column," Sanders said.
09/15/14 - WR Emmanuel Sanders opened Sunday's game with a 48-yard reception on a post route and finished with the first 100-yard game of his five-season career. Sanders has 185 yards on 14 receptions so far this season.
09/14/14 - WR Emmanuel Sanders has helped fill the void left by the absence of wide receiver Wes Welker, who is serving a four-game suspension. Sanders had 8 catches for 108 yards for the first 100-yard receiving game of his career. He got the Broncos offense going with a 48-yard catch on the first offensive play of the game.
09/07/14 - WR Emmanuel Sanders worked the slot in the first half in the absence of Wes Welker, who is serving a four-game suspension. Sanders was productive, helping Denver's offense move the chains while making six receptions for 77 yards. However, the coaching staff still looks forward to getting Welker back to improve the overall receiving corps.