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Patriots may make a run at Emmanuel Sanders

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05:11 PM ET 02.13 | The New England Patriots went after wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders last offseason, but they couldn't have foreseen just how badly they'd need him in 2013. Now that another season has passed, the Patriots are likely going to look Sanders' way again and the Steelers cutting him loose may make acquiring him more easy the second time around. Pittsburgh is expected to let Sanders walk this offseason, and Mike Reiss from ESPN.com believes the Patriots will make a run at him in free agency.

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February 13, 2014  07:07 PM ET

If the dark lord wants him, he's a Patriot!

February 13, 2014  07:10 PM ET

The Jets are hot for Sanders, too. Hey, Emmanuel, would you rather play for the Patriots or the Jets? Would you rather have Brady or Geno throwing to you? Your career stat line wants to know.

February 13, 2014  07:23 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

The Jets are hot for Sanders, too. Hey, Emmanuel, would you rather play for the Patriots or the Jets? Would you rather have Brady or Geno throwing to you? Your career stat line wants to know.

The bottom line is his bank account will determine that ....oh and don't be so sure it won't be Sanchez throwing to him....

February 13, 2014  08:48 PM ET

Saunders is a pretty good receiver, good addition to any team, but I wouldn't break the bank for him.

February 13, 2014  09:03 PM ET

ThePats may make an offer, but won't break the bank.
They only do that for the rare HOF free agent.

February 13, 2014  09:26 PM ET

If at first you don't succeed.....

February 13, 2014  09:40 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Saunders is a pretty good receiver, good addition to any team, but I wouldn't break the bank for him.

The Pats won't break the bank for any FA's including resigning their own.

February 13, 2014  10:08 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

The Pats won't break the bank for any FA's including resigning their own.

If only more teams would have this good sense.

February 13, 2014  10:45 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

The Pats won't break the bank for any FA's including resigning their own.

neither will the Steelers

February 14, 2014  07:24 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

The Pats won't break the bank for any FA's including resigning their own.

Typically not, but with the Brady window closing quickly they may make an exception for a WR. I'd rather they find a way to get Fitzgerald and not this guy.

February 14, 2014  10:26 AM ET
QUOTE(#10):

Typically not, but with the Brady window closing quickly they may make an exception for a WR. I'd rather they find a way to get Fitzgerald and not this guy.

I like Fitz in Arizona. He'd be great in NE but I think he's OK with being a Cardinal and it's always fun watching those NFC West games.

I think the Pats need and upgrade for sure but I'm OK if it isn't Fitzgerald. And they'd better retain Edelman.

February 14, 2014  01:05 PM ET

Brady isn't getting younger, might as well get as much good talent as you can possibly get.

February 14, 2014  01:47 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

neither will the Steelers

The Steelers reload better than any team in the NFL, if Mr. Sanders wants to become the next Mike Wallace so be it.........

February 16, 2014  10:00 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

If at first you don't succeed.....

**GOAT IMO.

 
February 19, 2014  12:50 PM ET
QUOTE(#13):

The Steelers reload better than any team in the NFL, if Mr. Sanders wants to become the next Mike Wallace so be it.........

Word.

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