Cutty likes Bennett and says this public. Shortly after this he signed his extension
Cutty likes Marshall and everybody knows this. Stories get to public or said in public (twitter talk) and we got Marshall
Now, Cutty says he likes Sanzenbacher and Thomas retired without any good reason (other than being ouplayed by others). I think this all helps Sanzenbacher even more. If you write your Rosters, put Sanz on it
I'd like to keep Sausagebacon around too. The guy has issues, but they're all coachable. Seriously, drops CAN be coached down to an acceptable level....but the ability to get open is something not easily taught (Sanz knows how to get open). Why cut a guy who's being paid peanuts.....who came into the fold during all but non-existent off season and STILL did a decent job?
Again I will note that Sanz does indeed have a problem with drops, but he helped our team quite a bit during Earl's injury last season. I'm not saying he was remarkable in any way, but what I saw from him definitely lead me to believe he can be a productive WR in the NFL. The guy really does deserve the opportunity to keep his job after bringing in nearly 300 yds and 3 TDs as a totally raw UDFA rookie. If your 4th or 5th option at WR can get open and catch a TD here and there, it's a pretty good problem to have.
Like I said, his problems are coachable, he gets open and he has produced relatively well considering the ordeals surrounding last year's off-season. I'm not prepared or willing to compare Sanz to a guy like Welker in any way, shape or form, but I am prepared to say he's worthy of a roster spot and the opportunity to help this team move the football.
The "Cinderella Story" of an UDFA rookie being useful immediately and evolving into a solid player is always nice too. If you don't like watching things like that unfold, I don't understand you. lol.....