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Training camp preview: Wide Receivers

The Bengals have no shortage of talent and depth when it comes to wide receivers. There’s the obvious A.J. Green and Marvin Jones, who look to be one of the strongest receiving duos in the AFC this season. In a peice on Bengals.com Jones was quoted saying, “I’m not going to go out and just say, ‘Oh yeah, I’m definitely going to the Pro Bowl. I’m going to be an elite receiver...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Bengals join in World Cup excitement

Team USA’s shocking defeat of Ghana had Bengals players pumped up on a different kind of football last night. Here’s what a few of them had to say.   And that’s why I love ‘MERICA #Heart — Giovani Bernard (@G_Bernard25) June 16, 2014 #USA — Rex Burkhead (@RBrex2022) June 16, 2014   GOALLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!! #USA — Mohamed Sanu (@Mo_12_Sanu) June 16, 2014 Tight end Tyler...
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June 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Bengals Claim WR Jasper Collins Off Waivers From Steelers

  Geoff Hobson of the Bengals.com reports that Cincinnati has claimed WR Jasper Collins off of waviers from the Steelers on Thursday. Collins, 22, signed with the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent out of Mount Union following the 2013 NFL Draft. He would later sign to the Browns practice squad before eventually signing a reserve/future contract with Pittsburgh in December...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
June 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Top 5 must-follow Bengals

SSocial media has become one of the top news and entertainment outlets of today’s sportsworld. It gives fans a candid way to stay in touch with their favorite players, as well as players of their favorite teams. Many Cincinnati Bengals use twitter to let fans in on there everyday life. Some also turn to twitter and other social networks to express there interest in other sports...
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May 20, 2014  |  Discuss

What will become of Mohamed Sanu?

The Cincinnati Bengals know a thing or two about drafting top talent at the wide receiver position. In his rookie season Mohamed Sanu showed his versatility and emerged as a red-zone threat when he started to come on late in the 2012 season before suffering a stress fracture during practice. Before the injury Sanu had four touchdown catches in the past three weeks and looked...
Via The Penalty Flag
February 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Bengals need receiver to complement A.J. Green

As the Bengals get set to begin their stretch run for the second straight year in San Diego, there are a number of familiar themes that have carried over. One of the most notable is which receiver after A.J. Green will break through. At the beginning of the season, many thought it would be Mohamed Sanu, but he has struggled a bit. After October it appeared as if it was Marvin Jones...
Via Pro Sports Daily
November 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Could Dane Sanzenbacher be a threat to the Dolphins?

The man with the greatest name in the NFL could be due a big night tonight. A shoulder injury to the Cincinnati Bengals number two receiver Mohamed Sanu has left his status for tonight's game against the Miami Dolphins in doubt and would mean a shift in the depth chart. Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis spoke to the press after training on Monday, stating that if wide receiver...
Via Pro Football Spot
October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

NFL News & Rumors: Tuesday 10/29

Bengals WR Mohamed Sanu did not practice on Tuesday due to a shoulder injury. (Geoff Hobson) Buccaneers RB Doug Martin will “hopefully” be available to play “soon“. (Scott Smith) The Buccaneers are considering using CB Darrelle Revis in more man coverage situations moving forward. (Roy Cummings) Cowboys OG Brian Waters is out for the season due to a triceps injury. ...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
October 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Mohamed Sanu Suffers Shoulder Injury

Cincinnati wideout Mohamed Sanu injured his shoulder Sunday against the Jets and the team's Twitter page says he's questionable to return.Fantasy Spin:The Bengals have built an enormous lead (49-9 at the time of this post) so there's no need to risk re-injury by sending Sanu back into the game. Assuming his day is done, the former Rutgers receiver will finish with 24...
Via Fantasy Football Champs
October 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Bengals offense taking shape

CINCINNATI Plans are one thing. Seeing those plans put into play and working is something else. The Bengals can envision yards and points aplenty this season from a variety of outlets. They got a glimpse of those outlets Saturday night in a 27-19 win in their home preseason opener against Tennessee. Even with three of his main offensive players watching from the sidelines, offensive...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
August 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football 2013: Top 5 Sleepers

Andy Dalton: With the new weapons in the Cincinnati Bengals' offense, like Mohamed Sanu emerging as a solid No. 2 wide receiver to complement A.J. Green, and 6'6", 250-pound, tight end Tyler Eifert (who can complement Jermaine Gresham in a possible two-tight end formation).And Giovani Bernard who will establish himself as more of a receiving running back until he takes...
Via Football Nation
August 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football Breakout Watch 2013: WR Mohamed Sanu

Look at Mohamed Sanu’s stats for 2012: 16 catches for 154 yards and four touchdowns.  Not very impressive to say the least.So why is he on our breakout list?The reason is that those numbers were accumulated in only five games as Sanu took on a larger role in the offense.  Unfortunately, he suffered a stress fracture and was out from Week 13 on. Two factors are working in Sanu’s...
Via Football Nation
August 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football 2013 Late-Round Gems: WR Mohamed Sanu

I have been a fan of Mohamed Sanu since his days at Rutgers. I am a fan of his size (6’2”) and his agility and his ability to make difficult catches look simple.To be honest, I was a bit surprised how he “slipped” to the third round of last season’s draft.What was the loss for 31 other NFL teams was the definitive gain of the Cincinnati Bengals.While the Bengals have a...
Via Football Nation
July 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Fantasy: Searching for the next breakout receiver

While writing for Sports Illustrated in 2009, I astutely predicted that Vikings wideout Sidney Rice coming off a 15-catch debacle in 2008 would amass 1,150 receiving yards and seven TDs with Sage Rosenfels as his starting quarterback. Of course, that was before Brett Favre officially entered the purple picture and helped Rice tally 83 catches for 1,312 yards and eight touchdowns...
Via Fox Sports South
July 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Fantasy: Searching for the next breakout receiver

While writing for Sports Illustrated in 2009, I astutely predicted that Vikings wideout Sidney Rice coming off a 15-catch debacle in 2008 would amass 1,150 receiving yards and seven TDs with Sage Rosenfels as his starting quarterback. Of course, that was before Brett Favre officially entered the purple picture and helped Rice tally 83 catches for 1,312 yards and eight touchdowns...
Via Fox Sports South
July 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp Battles: Mohamed Sanu vs. Marvin Jones vs. Brandon Tate

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...
Via Total Sports Blog
July 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals Potential Breakout Player of 2013: Mohamed Sanu

The great thing about the NFL is that there are so many positions that every year, there is almost always at least one player who has a breakout year on every team, no matter how good or bad the team is. This is one part in a 32 part segment detailing one potential breakout player (rookies don’t count) for the 2013 NFL season on each NFL team. For the Cincinnati Bengals, that player...
Via The Football Fan Spot
June 08, 2013  |  Discuss

A little breakdown of Tom Savage at Rutgers

Allow myself to introduce…myself. Justin here, I post as NFLGimpy on Panther Lair and twitter. I graduated from Pitt in 2008 and still live in Pittsburgh. I’m a proud football season ticket holder. I’ve been writing about the NFL for several years now, most recently on Scouts Notebook, an NFL/College Football website mostly focusing on the draft. This has led me to looking...
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April 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengal Fans: Don't Forget About WR Mohamed Sanu

At the time of the 2011 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals had a lot of holes to fill. We can look back now, with amazement, at how successful the team has been at accomplishing this task. The process of building this team had clearly started long before that draft, but when draft day rolled around, the Bengals used the number four overall pick to select A. J. Green, wide receiver...
Via Football Nation
March 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Marvin Lewis: Randy Moss did nothing for the 49ers last season

The Cincinnati Bengals are not interested in signing any veteran free agent wide receivers. On Sunday, Paul Daugherty of the Cincinnati Enquirer urged the team to stop sitting on its hands and be more active in free agency. In particular, he said the Bengals need to bring in a veteran receiver presence rather than stick with Mohamed Sanu as the team’s No. 2 receiver behind AJ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Draft Strategy: Receivers

Until free agency begins in a few weeks, it is difficult to know just how the Bengals are crafting their approach to the draft. And the group that we could debate about most over what the right approach would be is the wide receivers. The need for a receiver not named A.J. Green to be a legitimate threat on the field was the most discussed topic of last year’s offseason. It was...
Via WhoDeyFans
February 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Mohamed Sanu the dual threat the Bengals are searching for?

It is normal for rookie wide receivers to struggle; not everyone has a break out season like A.J. Green. Mohamed Sanu showed his versatility and emerged as a red-zone threat when he started to come on late in the season before suffering a stress fracture during practice. Before the injury Sanu had four touchdown catches in the past three weeks and looked to be the dual threat the...
Via The Penalty Flag
February 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Mohamed Sanu put on “IR” after have a pretty good rookie outing

Bengals placed WR Mohamed Sanu (foot surgery) on injured reserve, ending his season.The Bengals had already used their “designated for return” spot on C Kyle Cook, so Sanu won’t be eligible to play again this season. The No. 83 overall pick was just beginning to emerge as a second fiddle to A.J. Green prior to the injury, scoring four times in a three-game span. Sanu will battle...
Via NFL Draft Zone
December 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Andrew Hawkins Probable For Sunday

Bengals receiver Andrew Hawkins, who was inactive in Week 12 due to a sore knee is listed as probable for Sunday against San Diego.Fantasy Spin:He's caught 34 balls for 394 yards and three touchdowns this season, but his production has faded after a hot start as Mohamed Sanu had become the primary receiver playing opposite A.J. Green. But Sanu will miss the remainder of the season...
Via Fantasy Football Champs
November 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Mohamed Sanu Suffers Stress Fracture in Practice

Bengals receiver Mohamed Sanu, who was becoming a big weapon for quarterback Andy Dalton, won't be one this Sunday or the remainder of the season after suffering a stress fracture in his foot at Thursday's practice.Fantasy Spin:Sanu had caught a touchdown pass in three consecutive games and will finish the season with 16 catches for 154 yards and four scores. He also threw...
Via Fantasy Football Champs
November 30, 2012  |  Discuss
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