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The Falcoholic Jun 10, 2019
How Atlanta became the place for Mohamed Sanu

How Atlanta became the place for Mohamed Sanu

Following three productive seasons with the Falcons, Mohamed Sanu reflects on his past success as one of the league’s most unique wide receivers. When Mohamed Sanu hit free agency in 2016, there were several teams interested in signing him. New England, Carolina, and Oakland were rumored as the main contenders. The Falcons entered the market in dire need of a legitimate No. 2 wide receiver. Roddy White could no longer play at a high level, while Leonard Hankerson struggled with injuries and drops. Thomas Dimitroff was bound to make some high-profile signings following a disappointing end...
The Falcoholic May 26, 2019
The Falcons are hoping for WR depth that offers quality redundancy

The Falcons are hoping for WR depth that offers quality redundancy

That sounds boring and terrible, but hear us out. When you think of the most valuable traits for receivers backing up the likes of Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu? Aside from pure talent, it might be how closely they approximate the skillsets of the men they may need to relieve because of fatigue or injury, as Jason Butt outlined yesterday at The Athletic. The safe assumption heading into this summer is that the Falcons will strive to keep backup receivers who can do a handful of things well. For Justin Hardy, that’s his excellent hands, blocking skills, and red zone production, making him...

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