As teams roll closer to their mandatory mini-camps and training camps, more and more rookies are being signed. The latest to sign is the Cincinnati Bengals' third-round pick, wide receiver Mohamed Sanu. The financials of the contract have not yet been released.
Sanu started three seasons at Rutgers, catching 210 passes for 2,263 yards and 12 touchdowns. At 6'1 and 211 pounds, Sanu is a more physical receiver that can work the middle of the field. He should be in play to be the Bengals' starting wide receiver opposite second-year receiver A.J. Green.
With Sanu signing, the Bengals only have one draft pick left unsigned, third-round defensive tackle Brandon Thompson.