Found December 20, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
Now this is what I’m talking about. After Thursday’s practice, Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Ace Sanders took to Twitter to reveal some amazing news around Christmas time. Sanders purchased his mother a new home. Mama just called me in tears! She was handed the Keys to her new house!!!! Merry Christmas mama! I love that Women to death! #MadeHerDay — Ace Sanders (@AceSanders1) December 19, 2013 Sanders was drafted in the fourth round by the Jaguars last April and signed a four-year, $2.64 million contract that included a $481,448 signing bonus. He has played in 13 games this year and is second on the team with 41 catches. In last week’s loss to Buffalo, Sanders made his first NFL touchdown catch.
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