Emmanuel Sanders will sign a two-year contract with New Orleans Saints, with a salary of $16 million and a bonus of up to $19 million, ESPN reported Friday.
Sanders played for two teams in 2019. After being traded to San Francisco 49ers in October, he became the backbone of the team’s attack team and joined the team in the super bowl.
Sanders is a Steeler in three rounds, playing for Pittsburgh Steelers for four years, but has never been more than 740 yards in a single season. His three years in Denver Broncos have been more outstanding: 101 catches in 2014, 1404 yards in advance, 9 times in formation, selected into the professional bowl; 1135 yards in 2015, 6 times in formation, won the super bowl with the team; 1032 yards in 2016, 5 times in formation, selected into the professional bowl.