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The Miami Dolphins have added a number of talented offensive pieces this offseason, and they apparently aren’t done yet.
Miami is signing veteran wideout Mohamed Sanu, according to his agent Mike McCartney.
Sanu was originally drafted in the third round of the 2012 draft out of Rutgers by the Cincinnati Bengals. After four seasons in Cincinnati, he spent another four in Atlanta before bouncing between the New England Patriots, Detroit Lions and San Francisco 49ers over the last three.
In his 10 seasons, Sanu has recorded 435 receptions for 4,871 yards and 27 touchdowns. He also has shown the ability to throw a bit, completing seven of his eight career attempts for 233 yards and four touchdowns.
Between his two stints in San Francisco and time in Atlanta, Sanu should have a pretty good grasp of the Mike McDaniel-Kyle Shanahan offense that the Dolphins will run this season.
The former Scarlett Knight will have to compete for one of the final wide receiver spots with former 49ers Trent Sherfield and River Cracraft as well as Lynn Bowden Jr., Preston Williams, Cody Core, DeVonte Dedmon and undrafted free agent Braylon Sanders.
This will be one of the most intriguing battles to watch over the next month.