By Matt Sugam
Just as Mohamed Sanu was coming into his own as a rookie, his season was cut five games short by a stress fracture in his foot.
The former Rutgers star taken a big step forward in being able to start off next season where he left last season prior to the injury as he was able to start running this month.
“It’s great. It feels good. I’ve been working out and running,” Sanu said, via the team’s website. “I’ve been running routes for a while and it feels good.”
And soon enough, he plans on running routes with quarterback Andy Dalton.
“We’re going to get together at some point but we haven’t hooked up yet,” Sanu said.