Found July 30, 2013 on Total Sports Blog:
The Cincinnati Bengals open up training camp with A.J. Green as their number one receiver, and a battle between Mohamed Sanu, Marvin Jones, and Brandon Tate for the number two receiver spot. Marvin Jones, the second year man out of the University of California, caught 18 passes last year for 201 yards and one touchdown. Late in the season, Bengals’ QB Andy Dalton started targeting Jones more often. Jones averaged 5.6 targets per game throughout the Bengals final 5 games, showing that Dalton trusted Jones to make some big plays in some of the biggest moments of the season. Mohamed Sanu, the second year man out of Rutgers, caught 16 passes last season for 154 yards and four touchdowns before getting hurt in the middle of the season. Of the three candidates in this battle, Sanu is by far the most explosive. Brandon Tate has made a name for himself in the NFL for being a punt returner, not for being a top-notch receiver. Last season, Tate caught 13 passes for 211 yards and one touchdown...
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