Mohames Sanu returns to the field as he starts practices for the 2020 NFL season.
Only a few days back, he shared a video of himself catching punts that were being launched over a house. By the looks of it, he is prepared for whatever Jarrett Stidham throws at him:
In his first season with the Patriots, Sanu was not really the greatest player on the field. He will really have to step up if he hopes to make a difference and cement his place on the offense.
The Patriots are now preparing for a season in which they will have a very different roster. For the first time in two decades, they don’t have Tom Brady on the roster. When talking about this, head coach Bill Belichick said:
“Well, we’ve played at other times without Tom, whether it was the (2008) season, after he was injured, played 15 games with [Matt Cassel], went 11-5. Or heading into the ’16 season with [Jimmy Garoppolo] and then [Jacoby Brissett] and Tom coming back after the four-game suspension. So there have been other points in time we’ve dealt with that.
“We’ll do what we always do, is try to prepare this team the best we can, utilize our players, and the skills that they have and put ourselves in the best position we can to be competitive and win. That’s what we always do and we’ll continue to do that.”
Here’s what he said about Stidham:
“Stid worked really hard last year. He was our backup quarterback the entire season, and I know he’s working hard in the offseason. I know he’s made a lot of progress in terms of understanding our offense and understanding opponent defenses like all players do from Year One to Year Two. I’m sure he will get out there and be ready to go, be prepared, compete hard, and we’ll see where it takes us.”
We can’t wait to see what happens when the season starts.