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    Agreed. Sanders is a quality receiver with a great attitude and work ethic. Bringing him back allows them to address other needs in the early rounds.

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    Keeping Sanders seems important. He knows the offense. Aside from a bad fumble on a sure TD, I don't remember him making bad plays. Must stay healthy tho.

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    As @JasonLaCanfora reported, Patriots have agreement with WR Michael Jenkins.

    Looks like Sanders will stay here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supersteeler View Post
    As @JasonLaCanfora reported, Patriots have agreement with WR Michael Jenkins.

    Looks like Sanders will stay here.
    Awesome....this is excellent for the Steelers. This will give them the opportunity to build the WR corp behind AB & Manny just in case Manny leaves next offseason. This gives the team the opportunity to develop someone for at least a year before they could be thrown to the wolves. Plus having vets like Cotch and Plax will only benefit the young guys.
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    this signing may make it less likely that the Patriots* sign Sanders to an offer sheet...

    Patriots sign free agent WR Michael Jenkins

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. The New England Patriots announced that they have signed free agent wide receiver Michael Jenkins. Terms of the contract were not announced.

    Jenkins, 30, is a veteran of nine NFL seasons with the Atlanta Falcons (2004-10) and Minnesota Vikings (2011-12). The 6-foot-4, 214-pounder, originally entered the NFL as a first-round draft choice (No. 29 overall) by the Falcons out of Ohio State in 2004. He was released by Atlanta on July 29, 2011, and signed by Minnesota on July 30. After two seasons with the Vikings, Jenkins was released March 5, 2013.

    Jenkins has played in 130 NFL games with 79 starts and has 354 receptions for 4,427 yards and 25 touchdowns. Last season, he played in 16 games with eight starts and finished with 40 receptions for 447 yards and two touchdowns. Jenkins set career-highs with Atlanta by compiling 53 receptions in 2007, 777 receiving yards in 2008 and seven touchdown receptions in 2006.



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