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09/14/16 - WR Mohamed Sanu (ankle) was limited in practice on Wednesday.
08/19/16 - WR Mohamed Sanu had three catches for 45 yards against the Browns. "I think we did phenomenal," Sanu said. "We came out, we played hard, competed and played physical. We went out there and executed the best that we could."
03/10/16 - WR Mohamed Sanu became the second wideout to leave the Cincinnati Bengals this week in free agency after he reached a contract agreement with the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday. According to NFL.com, Sanu's deal is for five years at $32.5 million, with $14 million guaranteed. Sanu follows fellow wideout Marvin Jones out of Cincinnati. On Wednesday, Jones accepted a deal with Detroit after the Lions lost wide receiver Calvin Johnson to retirement. In four seasons with the Bengals, Sanu played in 57 games and started 34, totaling 152 receptions, 1,793 yards and 11 touchdowns. Last season, Sanu saw action in all 16 regular-season games and had 33 catches for 394 yards and added 10 rushing attempts for 71 yards and two touchdowns. In Atlanta, Sanu is expected to play opposite Julio Jones and step into the spot left by Roddy White, who was released last week by the Falcons as the team's career receiving yardage leader.
12/29/15 - WR Mohamed Sanu ran for his second touchdown of the season, taking a direct snap and running it in from 6 yards out. He also broke loose for a 25-yard touchdown run against Cleveland on Nov. 5.
10/11/15 - WR Mohamed Sanu finished with five catches for 69 yards on Sunday but 48 of those yards and all but one catch came in the fourth quarter helping complete a 17-point comeback. "They put (cornerback Richard) Sherman on A.J. (Green) with safety help," said quarterback Andy Dalton. "Other guys were able to get open. I felt like I have complete control of the offense."