Steelers Receiver Emmanuel Sanders Signs Patriots' Offer Sheet

NBCSports.comSteelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders signs Patriots' offer sheet - USA TodayUSA TODAYThe NFL restricted free-agent market is active once again. Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders has signed an offer sheet with the New England Patriots, his agent Jordan Woy confirmed to USA TODAY Sports. Woy would not discuss the ...WR Sanders signs offer sheet from PatriotsBoston.comSource: Patriots sign Emmanuel Sanders to offer sheetBoston HeraldSanders gets offer from Patriots; Steelers have until Sunday to matchPittsburgh Post GazetteESPN -NFL News -Musket Fireall 29 news articles »

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