Watch: Patriots’ WR Mohamed Sanu Get In Workout On Cape Cod Beach
July 26, 2020
Patriots wide receiver Mohamed Sanu had his workout in Cape Cod town of Wellfleet, Mass. It was really hot, and Sanu used his time on the beach to get ready. The heat didn’t stop the veteran from getting his regular workout. From what we can see, Sanu works out all the time. He had a disappointing first season with the Patriots and now he has a big motivation to move on and win some games.
The veteran shared videos of his beach workout. Running on the beach is quite challenging, but Sanu does it with ease. That’s why the Patriots signed him. They got him for his talent, and the wideout promised to do some great things in the upcoming season. He has been working out with Cam Newton and others.
Mohamed Sanu has extreme workout routine ahead of training camp
Sanu is well aware of the fact that the 2019 season didn’t go the way he was planning. He left the Atlanta Falcons to join the New England Patriots. The Patriots added him to a midseason trade, and Sanu had one of his worst seasons since his rookie campaign. He finished the season with 59 catches, 520 yards and two touchdowns. Well, Sanu plans to do something upon returning to form.
“It’s tough when you learn things over and over and you memorize things like it’s the back of your hand and you have to completely forget all the things, terminology in 24 hours, something you’ve known for 3.5 years,” he said on The Game 92.9 in Atlanta. “It is what it is. When you’re a top elite athlete you’re supposed to adjust and pick it up. It was tough at first and adversity hit, but it is what it is.”
Sanu is happy with his team. He is where he wants to be and he knows that he didn’t play the best football. He was well aware of the fact that he could have played better. The best part? Sanu promised not to do that again. He won’t have another terrible season.
He has shared a lot of cool videos, and we like his readiness. The Patriots got a superstar and they want to see the best of him.
Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.