According to Geoff Hobson, the editor of the Bengals' official website, wide receiver Mohamed Sanu said Monday that his left foot is 100 percent.
"No nagging pain," Sanu said.
Sanu broke the fifth metatarsal in his left foot while running routes in practice November 30, and he was forced to miss the rest of the season. Sanu caught four touchdowns in three games that came directly prior to his injury. He is the favorite to claim the team's No. 2 wide receiver job out of training camp, but he will compete against Marvin Jones.
Andrew Hawkins will be the slot receiver. Sanu should be a popular sleeper in his sophomore season, assuming that he wins the camp battle over Jones. He has shown a knack for getting open in the red zone, and the subtracted defensive attention, thanks to A.J. Green, should help.