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Sport Lions to promote WR Mohamed Sanu off practice squad

23:55  21 november  2020
23:55  21 november  2020 Source:   profootballrumors.com

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The Lions have signed wide receiver Mohamed Sanu to the practice squad , per a club announcement. Sanu auditioned for Detroit on Monday Sanu is both experienced and well-traveled at this point. Last year, the Patriots acquired him from the Falcons in exchange for a second-round pick.

Lions sign veteran WR Mohamed Sanu to practice squad . By Erin Walsh | Last updated 11/6/20. Detroit's signing of Sanu comes after a hip injury to star receiver Kenny Golladay, who missed the second half of the Lions ' 41-21 loss to the Indianapolis Colts last Sunday.

After two weeks on the Lions’ practice squad, Mohamed Sanu is set to return to game action. The Lions are promoting the veteran wide receiver, per Tom Pelissero of NFL.com.

a football player wearing a helmet: Mohamed Sanu could make his Lions debut. © David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports Mohamed Sanu could make his Lions debut.

Sanu played in three games for the injury-depleted 49ers this season but did not make much of an impact. He could have another chance to play a key role Sunday, with the Lions down both Kenny Golladay and Danny Amendola. This will be Golladay’s third straight absence.

Prior to the Patriots sending a second-round pick to the Falcons for Sanu, he had enjoyed a solid run of production in Cincinnati and Atlanta. Sanu fared well as a Julio Jones supporting-caster, but after the Falcons drafted Calvin Ridley, they moved on from their previous WR2. Sanu did not fare as well in New England and wound up being a cap casualty this offseason.

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Practice squad . В ответ @ Lions . LETS GO WELCOME TO THE SQUAD @Mo_12_ Sanu .

Sanu signed with the Lions ’ practice squad today. It hasn’t been an easy year for Sanu , who was traded from the Falcons to the Patriots for a second-round draft pick Now Sanu will hope he can show enough on the practice squad in Detroit to get himself on the active roster and back on the field.

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