The Atlanta Falcons appear to have found a replacement for Roddy White.
Former Cincinnati Bengals receiver Mohamed Sano agreed to a five-year deal for $32.5 million, NFL Network reported Thursday. The sides reached the deal less than 24 hours after the free agent signing period began.
Sanu, who played four seasons with the Bengals after the team picked him in the third round of the 2012 draft, had a down season in 2015. He caught 33 passes for 394 yards with zero touchdowns, one season after he posted career highs in all three categories (56-790-5).