Watch: Patriots’ Mohamed Sanu Catches Passes While Running Uphill In Awesome Video

New England Patriots wide receiver Mohamed Sanu shared a video from his practice. From what we can see, the talented wideout is making up for all the time he lost in 2019.

Sanu had a surgery in early March to fix his injured left ankle. He was wearing his walking boot until May and then doctors took it of. His most recent posts suggest that Sanu is going full spead ahead with his practice. Head coach Bill Belichick will need every bit of his talent and experience in September.

Atlanta-based trainer Hilton Alexander shared a minute-long video to Twitter on Thursday of the wideout doing his tough workout on the side of a hill.

Well, Sanu’s ankle looks so much better now.

Mohamed Sanu shared another video of his practice

The wideout shared a video Wednesday of himself doing a slick-one-handed grab in a throwing session. We all watched another video of him tracking down a deep pass on a go route. Impressive.

A healthy Sanu would be of great help for the Patriots. Bill Belichick and Co. gave up a second-round pick to get the veteran wideout from the Atlanta Falcons in October.

Sanu sustained an ankle injury in his second game as a Patriot. It was in Week 9 against the Baltimore Ravens. His performance wasn’t the same the rest of the season. Sanu was able to catch three passes or less in each of his final six games with the team.

Sanu and fellow wideout Julian Edelman are the only veteran wide receivers on the Patriots roster with real football experience. They will try to spice up their game in 2020 for Jarrett Stidham. The second-year quarterback will probably start games in September as Belichick didn’t select a quarterback in the 2020 NFL Draft.

A lot can happen in the next few months, and the Patriots may even get one of the free agents on the market. But, for now, Belichick is happy with his team, and the Patriots are expected to start off training camp in a few weeks. Will Sanu be able to reach his full potential and help the Patriots win more games?