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Rookie Wide Receiver Mohamed Sanu Agrees To Terms With The Cincinnati Bengals

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According to his agent Mike McCartney, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu has reportedly agreed to terms on Monday. Sanu was the one of the team's third-round picks during the 2012 NFL draft, leaving the other third-round selection, defensive tackle Brandon Thompson as the last unsigned draft pick this year.

Terms on the contract are as of now unavailable. Based on contracts signed by Mike Martin (No. 82) and Bernard Pierce (No. 84), Sanu's deal will probably be in the neighborhood of $2.68-2.7 million with a signing bonus of roughly $560,000.

UPDATE: According to Pro Football Talk's newest contributor Darin Gantt, Sanu will receive the maximum signing bonus of $563,252.

UPDATE II: Bengals officially announce the Sanu signing.

Year Total Signing Bonus
Mike Martin Titans No. 82 Four $2.727M $567,560
Mohamed Sanu Bengals No. 83 Four $563,252
Bernard Pierce Ravens No. 84 Four $2.66M $555,500