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Bengals claim Dane Sanzenbacher

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Dane Sanzenbacher, who the Bears released Monday, is returning to his home state.

Sanzenbacher played high school footballToledo, and he played collegiate ball at Ohio State. Dane S.jpg

On Tuesday, the Cincinnati Bengals claimed him.

Last season, as an undrafted rookie, Sanzenbacher appeared in all 16 games and even made one start. He finished the season with 27 catches for 276 yards and three touchdowns. This season, though, he barely played because the Bears added to its depth at receiver.

He had just one catch for seven yards in four games.

The good news for Sanzenbacher is that the Bengals have already secured a spot in the postseason.

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Goodby so long aveedazay looser! Wow I was hoping this bust would get crushed like Knox did but this is just as good.

He's an undersized undrafted free agent, far from qualifying as a bust....

He has played well for the Bears, and I wish him great success as long as it is not against the Bears. He made some solid cutch catches and helped the Bears win some games.

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