Sanu will return to the Bay Area after latching on with the 49ers last season and appearing in three games. He's had success with Kyle Shanahan in the past, but this will still be his fourth team in last two years after stints with Atlanta, Detroit, New England and San Francisco. Sanu will provide depth and help replace Kendrick Bourne, but it's hard to see him having any kind of dynasty value. His career high in receptions (67), yards (838) and touchdowns (5) all seem very unreachable. While he may throw a touchdown pass or two (he has four in his career), he's currently unranked and this move shouldn't change that.