Wide receiver Mohamed Sanu has inked a four-year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals, according to Adam Caplan on twitter. Financial terms were not disclosed.
The rookie third-rounder will compete for the No. 2 role opposite A.J. Green following the departure of Jerome Simpson to Minnesota.
While Sanu lacks speed, he could develop into an excellent possession receiver and complement for the aforementioned stud Green in a rising Cincinnati offense directed by young gun Andy Dalton, and we like Sanus upside for PPR leagues, if the rookie ultimately claims the starting job.