Mohamed Sanu

Rutgers Scarlet Knights #6 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 215

Jaret Patterson “puts defenders in a torture chamber”


Hogs Haven takes a look at 2021 undrafted free agents that could contribute to the Washington Football Team

Former Cane, Jeff Thomas, Finally Emerges at Latest Patriots Practice


After Numerous Mysterious Absences from his Debut NFL Fall Camp, Jeff Thomas makes Positive Strides

Rutgers Potluck #1: How long will a Greg Schiano rebuild take THIS time?


We talk our favorite boardwalk treats, the best kind of popcorn, and get right down to how long we’ll wait for Rutgers to go bowling under Greg Schiano.

Strategy Session Part 2: Quarterbacks and H-backs in Sean Gleeson’s offense


How does the current roster fit the play call possibilities?

What can the Eagles expect out of Sidney Jones in 2020?


A breakdown of the film and analytics on the polarizing prospect.

Joe Burrow among several Bengals to sign letter to end qualified immunity for police


Burrow and co. continue to put words into action.

Trishton Jackson took 3 years to really become a college WR and it finally paid off


As close as he was to living his dream as a star for the Spartans, Jackson does one better by signing with an NFL team regardless

Fantasy football impact of New England Patriots signing UDFA WR Jeff Thomas

The New England Patriots signed UDFA Jeff Thomas. Will he be able to make the roster and have fantasy value in his career?

The Patriots’ post-Tom Brady offseason plan is a work in progress

Brady is a Buccaneer, but his absence isn’t the only problem New England needs to address.

Isaiah Wright is another versatile offensive weapon in the Redskins’ arsenal


Hogs Haven takes a look at 2020 NFL Draft prospects that could contribute to the Redskins

2020 NFL Draft could be Thomas Dimitroff’s biggest gamble


So this may be what it comes down to for Trader Thomas.

Tyler Johnson NFL draft profile and fantasy projection

Minnesota’s Tyler Johnson has been one of the most productive receivers in college football over the last two seasons. Can he turn that production into NFL success?