Sanu adds long-distance kicker to lengthening resume

Former Rutgers standout Mohamed Sanu is no one-trick pony -- or Bengal.  The Scarlet Knight-turned-Cincinnati wide receiver wowed the world earlier this week with a video of an amazing trick basketball shot, and we already knew he can throw thanks to a pair of NFL touchdown passes.  The long-distance field goal he knocked through the uprights at Rutgers might be even more impressive...
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2 hours ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Cincinnati Bengals WR Mohamed Sanu Boots 60-Yard Field Goal

Coaches do not want their star players doing anything other than their main job, but for the other guys the more versatile you are the better. If you are a back-up at any position you should try to make yourself useful on as many special teams as possible; anything to make you more valuable to the squad.Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu does not need to worry about his...
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18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals Wr Mohamed Sanu Makes Crazy Long Basketball Shot From Deck Behind House to Hoop in Driveway

Last season we saw Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver toss a football a pretty long ways during a few football games. As it turns out the former high school basketball player is pretty good at throwing other balls a pretty long ways.The man has some crazy-Steph Curry style range range on his basketball shot.via RedditRead more »
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Bengals' Sanu drains long trick shot, channels 'LeBron James Kid'

We've seen Bengals receiver Mohamed Sanu pull a few rabbits out of his sleeve on the football field, but his tricks apparently carry over to basketball as well.Sanu launched a long ball from a backyard deck and hit nothing but net on a basketball hoop set up in the driveway. Then he broke into his "LeBron James Kid' impersonation. 
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals: Three Biggest Additions for 2015

The Cincinnati Bengals are still trying to get over the hump of winning a playoff game. They have made the playoffs for the past four seasons but they have lost in the Wild Card round in each of these postseasons. Every offseason gives Cincinnati a chance to try and find the missing pieces that can propel them to a deep run in the playoffs. Here are the three biggest additions that...
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May 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Bengals Avoid Receivers in NFL Draft

The Cincinnati Bengals went into the 2015 NFL Draft with specific needs. Strengthen the offensive and defensive lines, add some depth at linebacker, get a productive tight end and pick up a wide receiver to add to the already solid core group. Through the first six rounds, and eight Cincinnati picks, the Bengals have accomplished all of those goals except one: receiver. With some...
Via Pro Football Spot
May 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Look: Nifty tight end finds himself wearing Bengals’ stripes

Its getting late in the draft, but you won’t catch the Cincinnati Bengals sleeping. They were all over it with a very consistent tight end in Tyler Kroft out of Rutgers. It’s official and his alma mater is already wishing him luck. Tyler Kroft joins the @Bengals, who had 3 #RFootball alumns on the roster last season: Mohamed Sanu, Clark Harris and Kevin Brock #RFamily —...
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May 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Should the Cincinnati Bengals consider a WR in the 2015 NFL draft?

There are two places teams can find playmakers to help them in the passing game. Via free agency is one, but that can be a pricey proposition (see the contracts Dez Bryant and Demaryius Thomas are about to sign). In the draft is the second, but that can be a little bit of a gamble, since college stats are so skewed now by the video-game offenses run at that level. But no matter where...
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February 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals Position Review: Wide Receivers

The Cincinnati Bengals have a very underrated wide receiver crew. When we ask other football fans if they can name some of the Bengal's wide receivers, many have a hard time just naming the starters. A.J. Green is obvious, but players like Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones tend to go unnoticed. So who stands out in this crew of wide receivers? A.J Green is obviously the most known in...
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February 10, 2015  |  Discuss

How A.J. Green being ruled out effects the Indianapolis Colts

The Cincinnati Bengals top wide receiver A.J. Green has been ruled out of tomorrow’s playoff game against the Colts. Green missed three games earlier in the season, including the blowout loss to the Colts. The Colts will now benefit by being able to load up in the box and slow down Jeremy Hill, because that only leaves Mohamed Sanu as the Bengals top choice in the passing game...
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January 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals @ Indianapolis Colts - Wild Card Weekend

The day Andrew Luck has a running game, is the day I'll be a believer in the Colts. I was on the verge of becoming a believer when Ahmad Bradshaw was turning into a fantasy stud once again, however with his season ending injury, the Colts run game is non existent and the team is one dimensional. However the Colts are running into a Bengals team who has made the playoffs the last...
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January 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals’ Limited Receiving Options

Andy Dalton has seen his numbers drop between the 2013 and 2014 season. He has almost 1,000 fewer passing yards and he has 14 fewer touchdowns this season. Dalton’s passing attempts have dropped from 586 in 2013 to 482 in 2014. These drops in numbers are related to several reasons. One of the reasons is the dominance of Cincinnati’s running backs. The Bengals do not have to pass...
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December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Week 12: Bengals Fantasy Football Preview vs. Texans

The Cincinnati Bengals got back into the fantasy football discussion with a 27-20 win on the road against the New Orleans Saints in week 11. Their stellar performance in the Pelican State came after the Bengals were stifled at home in a 24-3 loss to the Cleveland Browns where they only managed 165 total yards.This Sunday, the Bengals will be on the road once again, this time traveling...
Via Pro Football Spot
November 20, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL Stock Watch Fallers: Week 11

Mohamed Sanu – When AJ Green went down with a toe injury the Bengals needed someone to step up in his absence, and during that time it was Mohamed Sanu and he played very well. He was averaging 10.6 targets per game, up from 6.7 when Green is in. He also had 18 receptions for 299 yards during those three weeks as well. Since Green has worked his way back, Sanu has been slowly taking...
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November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Andrew Hawkins lets son back into home after change of heart

The Cleveland Browns stomped the Cincinnati Bengals Thursday night in front of a national audience -- and while Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins didn't play, his 2-year-old son finally got the message. In a funny Instagram video that went viral a couple weeks ago, Hawkins' little boy Austin told dad that his favorite players were "Sanu and A.J." a.k.a Bengals wide receivers A.J. Green...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
November 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Andrew Hawkins’ son comes home

When we last saw young Austin Hawkins, he and his Pokemon suitcase were sent away after the 2-year old claimed that his favorite players were Cincinnati’s AJ Green and Mohamed Sanu. Well, it appears that Austin, son of Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew, has wised up a bit. And for that—the incredibly charming boy is allowed back in his old house. The execution on this entire...
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November 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Bengals wither in prime time... again

CINCINNATI -- The script was all too familiar for the Bengals. Prime time game, this one at home against a team looking to make a name for itself in a division filled with teams that for years have pulled the big brother act on it. A win by the Bengals would put the Browns back in their place and solidify a hold on first place in the AFC North. So, naturally, the Bengals fell flat...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
November 07, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL Game Tracker: Final Scores/ Recaps

Eight Weeks down, eight to go, and today is the first week of that second half. See what happened in each Sunday afternoon game below. #458290724 / Bengals 33, Jaguars 23The Bengals were the favored team going into this one, but the Jaguars put up a good fight. A.J. Green made his first appearance since Week Four and caught a touchdown in it. Mohamed Sanu didn...
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November 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Jacksonville at Cincinnati: 5 Things to Know

The Jacksonville Jaguars will not be back in EverBank Field for the next month of football. That is a long time away from home, given this young team cannot seem to buy a win on the road.This week, it is the Cincinnati Bengals, followed by a trip to London to face Dallas, and then a bye week before a trip to Indianapolis. It’s a stretch which will define this team as a bottom feeder...
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October 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Sanu carries Bengals offense with Green sidelined

CINCINNATI (AP) Mohamed Sanu turned a one-handed catch into a big play. He saved the Bengals with another long reception in the closing minutes. The versatile receiver has become the Bengals' most dangerous player, one who can complete a long pass or catch one. He's also helping the running game with reverses. Sanu had a team-leading five catches for a career-high 125 yards during...
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October 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Sanu comes up with big plays in Bengals win over Ravens

CINCINNATI -- When he caught four touchdowns in a three-game span midway through the 2012 season, many thought Mohamed Sanu was going to develop into a red zone threat that would take the pressure off of A.J. Green. Then came a toe injury that shelved him for the remainder of his rookie year and a challenging 2013 season where he finished fourth in the team in receptions but had...
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October 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Sick Grabs For Week 8: Sanu comes through with a beauty

Receivers get all the glory on Sundays. Sometimes, it's for a very good reason. Let's break down some of the sickest catches from Week 8: 1. Mohamed Sanu The Bengals wideout turned heads with this pretty one-hander: Solid. 2. Kelvin Benjamin The Panthers' rookie receiver is developing into quite the player. How he came down with this catch with Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas draped...
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October 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch: Bengals’ Mohamed Sanu Makes Unbelievable One-Handed Catch

Cincinnati Bengals receiver Mohamed Sanu is turning into a human highlight reel. He’s thrown a touchdown on the season, is the Bengals “wildcat” quarterback, and can make catches like this that make you stop what you’re doing and ask yourself, “how’d he do that?” It’s still early, but we have an early favorite in the Catch of the Day award category. The post Watch...
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October 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Baltimore at Cincinnati: 5 Things to Know

Will A.J. Green play?On Friday, the Cincinnati Bengals listed wide receiver A.J. Green as doubtful on the team’s injury report. On Saturday, the Bengals listed Green as questionable. The Bengals pass offense has been atrocious with Green out of the lineup. If Green does not play, the Bengals’ chances of winning are very low. The Bengals won’t be able to stretch the field, making...
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October 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Browns' Andrew Hawkins 'evicts' son for liking Bengals players (VIDEO)

Andrew Hawkins plays for Cleveland Browns, but before signing there last winter, he spent three years with the Cincinnati Bengals. His son Austin, who is now two years old, really only knows his dad from his Bengals days. So when asked who his favorite player is, the little guy says A.J. Green and Mohamed Sanu.  That answer gets him sent outside with his bags packed and a curt...
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October 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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