Via Sanu’s agent Mike McCartney’s Twitter account, he has said that the Bengals have agreed to terms with 3rd round selection Mohamed Sanu today on a 4-year deal with a maximum signing bonus of $563,252. Sanu will be in the thick of the battle for the second wide receiver position with Armon Binns and Brandon Tate. This is great news for Bengals fans as with the new CBA changes, rookies are signed much more quickly and can get this process put behind them early on and focus on football. The only Bengal rookie left unsigned is other third rounder, Brandon Thompson.
After his signing, this is a recent tweet from Bengals rookie receiver Mohamed Sanu.
@M0Sanu Thank u for all the love appreciate it glad to be signed to the Cincinnati Bengals
A report from Pro Football Talk indicates that Chad Ochocinco seems to feel that even though the Dolphins haven’t yet scheduled a workout with the wide receiver, he believes that they have “genuine interest” in him.