Bengals sign third-rounder Sanu

AP

With the changes in the CBA, rookie signings aren’t nearly what they used to be.

That said, guys are still signing, and it’s June, so we report it.

Per his agent Mike McCartney’s twitter account, Bengals third-round pick Mohamed Sanu has signed his contract. Per the slotted system that makes this so easy, Sanu will get a maximum signing bonus of $563,252 on a four-year deal.

The Rutgers product has a chance to make an early impact for the Bengals, although at the moment he’s behind Armon Binns and Brandon Tate for the starting job opposite A.J. Green, according to offensive coordinator Jay Gruden.