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Mohamed Sanu: 'No Point To Get Involved In That'

After Bengals corner Pacman Jones ripped Amari Cooper’s helmet off and slammed the Oakland wide receiver’s head against it, a lot of things could have happened. 591 more words

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Muslim players to watch this NFL season

Although the NFL surpassing Major League Baseball as America’s favorite sport was a relatively recent occurrence, the NFL has been better than MLB at representing the social melting pot known as the United States for quite a while. 1,613 more words


Landon Collins knee injury adds to rough start for Giants

The Giants spent two days practicing with the Bengals this week, but it didn’t seem to do much to help them figure out how to get anything past the Bengals on Friday night. 291 more words

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Bengals receiver Mohamed Sanu shows off ridiculous leg, chips in 60-yard field goal

Been having fun all weekend.. Can't leave the place kickers out… #60yardFG pic.twitter.com/ot0NrUJcxp

— Mohamed Sanu (@Mo_12_Sanu) July 1, 2015

NFL players are ridiculously athletic.

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Watch Mohamed Sanu make an insane trick basketball shot from his deck

Ball is life.. pic.twitter.com/nadzC40Bp1

— Mohamed Sanu (@Mo_12_Sanu) June 29, 2015

Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu did his best Steph Curry impression, swishing a shot from the deck of a house to a hoop set up in the driveway.

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South Brunswick's Campbell commits to RU football

South Brunswick strong safety Phil Campbell, a rising senior, will continue the high school’s pipeline to the Rutgers University football program.

Campbell announced via Twitter Friday afternoon that he has made a nonbinding commitment to the Scarlet Knights, where he will join current scholastic teammate Mo Jabbie, a wideout and defensive back, as part of the state university’s 2016 recruiting class. 578 more words