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The Cincinnati Bengals know a thing or two about drafting top talent at the wide receiver position and now Mohamed Sanu could be the latest rookie to impress fans on Sunday’s. Sanu joins the Bengals in the middle of an ongoing search for a No. 2 receiver opposite second year star A.J. Green. Dan Hoard of Bengals.com wrote how impressed with [...]

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