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Because Marvin Jones is out with a broken foot, Sanu will get more snaps, but he'll also have to move from the slot to the outside, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

Sanu has drawn raves in camp for how he's looked so far, but this moves him away from his strength and puts him up against better defenders. So while his overall value probably goes up as a result of Jones's injury, it might not be by as much as one would expect.

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According to, Mohamed Sanu is having a "monster" training camp.

Sanu is getting plenty of reps with the first-team offense while Marvin Jones is sidelined with a tweaked hamstring. Sanu has been lining up all over the field, playing receiver, quarterback, and running back. There's speculation he could have a role similar to Raiders FB Marcel Reece, who was coached by new Bengals OC Hue Jackson. Sanu will be more valuable in real life than fantasy.

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The Bengals' website suggests Mohamed Sanu could be utilized in a role similar to Raiders FB Marcel Reece.

New Bengals OC Hue Jackson was Reece's offensive coordinator and head coach 2010-2011 in Oakland. Reece finished 2010 with 55 touches, and 2011 with 44 in 12 games. Sanu was also a versatile player at Rutgers, lining up at quarterback, tailback, and wideout. Sanu isn't as good of an athlete as Reece, however. We're not expecting Sanu to make any noise in 2014 fantasy leagues.

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Mohamed Sanu projects primarily as a slot receiver this season.

The talent gap between Sanu and Marvin Jones is wide. Jones is fully expected to win the No. 2 job in camp, leaving Sanu off the field when run-centric OC Hue Jackson employs "12" formations. Sanu is a poor bet to reach the 47-455-2 line he posted a year ago.

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Mohamed Sanu caught one ball for 13 yards in the Bengals' playoff loss to the Chargers.

Playing a reduced playoff role behind Marvin Jones, Sanu's name was rarely mentioned throughout Sunday's loss. After scoring four touchdowns in eight games as a 2012 rookie, Sanu was severely outplayed throughout 2013 by Jones, finishing with a 47-455-2 line and as the No. 76 overall fantasy receiver. Lacking playmaking ability, possession receiver Sanu won't be worth consideration in 2014 re-draft leagues. His Dynasty value is minimal.

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Mohamed Sanu caught one pass for 12 yards in Week 17 against the Ravens.

Sanu was targeted just twice and continues to lose snaps to Marvin Jones on the outside and Andrew Hawkins out of the slot. He's nothing more than the No. 3 or 4 receiver and sixth or seventh option in the passing game. Sanu's sophomore season ends with 47 catches for 455 yards and two touchdowns. He'll merely be a rotational player for the playoffs.

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Mohamed Sanu caught four balls for 35 yards and a touchdown in the Bengals' Week 16 win over the Vikings.

He also rushed three times for 12 yards, seeing Wildcat snaps like Sanu used to do at Rutgers. After Sanu caught four touchdown passes in just nine games (three starts) as a rookie last year, this was his second of the 2013 season. Sanu and the Bengals wrap the regular season versus Baltimore in Week 17.

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Mohamed Sanu caught three passes for 20 yards in Week 15 against the Steelers.

He was targeted four times in the passing game. Sanu played a minor role again this week and remains off the fantasy radar. He doesn't have more than 68 receiving yards in any game this season.

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Mohamed Sanu caught two passes for 26 yards in Week 14 against the Colts.

Sanu was targeted four times on the day. The two he and Andy Dalton couldn't hook up on came in the end zone. Sanu caught one of the passes but failed to get both feet in bounds. He continues to be waiver wire fodder in re-draft leagues.

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Mohamed Sanu caught one pass for nine yards in Cincinnati's Week 13 win over the Chargers.

Sanu drew only two targets in his latest under-whelming effort. With four games to go, Sanu is on pace for 49 catches, 483 yards and one touchdown. He has six catches for 46 yards over his past three games.