Doug Pensinger

Emmanuel Sanders Tour ends up in Denver

Emmanuel Sanders steadily made his way across the country, visiting teams all along the way. But with his injury history reportedly dogging him, as well as accusations of underhanded negotiation tactics by the player/his agent, the saga got much more interesting than probably anyone expected it to be.

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It ain't no fun when the player has the power

Former Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders reportedly negotiated in bad faith with several teams this weekend, before agreeing to terms in Denver. Dirty tactics, for sure, but were those dirty tactics any worse than an NFL owner often forcing a player to take a pay cut on a contract he signed, years before? I guess the business in the NFL can be ugly on both sides.

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Emmanuel Sanders signs 3-year deal with Broncos

Sanders' memorable voyage through free agency ends with the ex-Steelers wide receiver coming to terms with Denver on a three-year contract, pending a physical.

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Exec: 'one of the worst situations' in football

Dirty deeds done dirt cheap, says an unnamed executive. Emmanuel Sanders agreed to terms with the Chiefs, then shopped that deal around to multiple teams. Is it any wonder why the Steelers didn't make him an offer?

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Sanders allegedly had agreed to deal with Chiefs

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport cites "at least one executive" upset over the manner of business conducted by Steve Weinberg, the agent of Emmanuel Sanders, in their recent negotiations in free agency. Sanders reportedly came to terms with the Broncos Saturday, but had agreed previously with the Chiefs.

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FoxSports1 report confirms Sanders to Denver

FoxSports1 reporter Alex Marvez confirms Sanders has a deal in place with the Broncos. The question now is how long is it, and for how much?

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Steelers didn't make Sanders an offer

One report says he will sign with the Broncos, another hints he was in Kansas City when the deal with the Broncos was allegedly made, but the constant is the report that says the Steelers didn't even make an offer for Sanders, the player the Steelers essentially gave up a third round pick for in 2013.

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Sanders expected to sign with Denver

When Sanders does sign elsewhere, he will become the second receiver to leave the Steelers in the last two seasons. Markus Wheaton is the presumed starter as the offseason continues.

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Emmanuel Sanders Steelers Thank You video

Along with the video, Sanders tweeted: "A message to #SteelerNation... Forever grateful"

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Injuries limiting Sanders' appeal in free agency

Sanders has been plagued by injuries over his career. A source told ESPN's Scott Brown that history may be holding Sanders back in free agency.

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Sanders Tour still heading west

Steelers receiver takes his fourth free agency trip, going from Kansas City to San Francisco after apparently not reaching a deal with the Chiefs Friday.

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Sanders to meet with Chiefs

Kansas City will meet with the ex-Steelers wide receiver Friday after he met with Tampa Bay and Jacksonville in his run through free agency.

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Sanders will visit Buccaneers if he passes on JAX

Sanders may be leveraging his current meeting with the Jaguars, but he's scheduled to meet with the Buccaneers tomorrow in his quick run through free agency.

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Sanders and Hood in Jacksonville

A report puts Steelers free agents Emmanuel Sanders and Ziggy Hood in Jacksonville meeting with the Jaguars Wednesday.

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Report: Browns in the mix for Sanders

Cap-loaded Cleveland could be in the market for a veteran second receiver to go alongside Josh Gordon and emerging tight end Jordan Cameron.

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Report: Lions linked to Sanders

Looking for a sidekick to Megatron, the experienced Sanders makes sense, even if the Lions do have the possibility of landing a talented receiver with the 10th overall pick.

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Report: Jets will target Sanders in free agency

Another AFC East team appears to be targeting a Steelers receiver.

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