Mohamed Sanu’s Latest Instagram Message Fires Up Patriots Teammates

The Patriots have filling up the Instagram recently. The New England Patriots are trying to figure out how they can win a Superbowl in this strange year. It has been an interesting off season, with the Patriots signing Cam Newton to fill in the whole left by Ton Brady. Brady left for Tampa Bay after over a decade with New England.

Not only with the team success, but everything is finally starting to come together for the team. Newton will be working towards winning the starting spot. N’Keal Harry trying to prove himself after a sad looking rookie season. And Julian Edelman is trying to show everyone that he is just as good without Tom Brady.

In the case of Mohamed Sanu, the wide receiver has been trying to prove himself. Sanu was unable to live up to expectations due to an ankle injury last season. He has been trying to fight back ever since. But he looks more ready than ever and fans around the NFL are ready to see what he can bring to the team.

Now Sanu is back with an Instagram photo who got everyone fired up.

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Everything on sight no cap.. #Beantalk

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You can see the rest of the team in the comments.

James White: “🤘🏾”

Sony Michel: “Yessir ‼️”

Jarrett Stidham: “👀👀”

Damien Harris: “We need all the chips🤧”

Brandon Bolden: “LFGGGGG😤😤😤😤”

It looks like they are pretty excited. However, some have already decided to opt out.

David Andrews gave us his thoughts previously.

Mohamed Sanu’s Latest Instagram Message Fires Up Patriots Teammates

“It’s something obviously we all have to think about and make our own choices,” Andrews said during a call on Sunday. “My choice has been made, and it’s something I feel comfortable with. To have the opportunity to go out and play, talking with doctors and my wife, it’s something we feel comfortable with. I’m just excited to get the chance to go out there and compete again.”

“You obviously have to talk about it, right? I mean, it’s something we’ve never faced,” he continued. “Not that I ever can really remember having to deal with something like this – especially as a grown-up. I mean, you’ve got to talk about it, and obviously me and my wife have. I’ve ma