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Former Chicago Bears wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher is looking to make the most out of training camp with his new team, the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bears signed him as an undrafted fee agent in 2011, and in his rookie year, he had  27 receptions for 276 yards and three TDs. Last season, things were much different as he didn't see the field much, with only one catch for 7 yards. He was traded on Christmas day to Cincinnati. “I probably learned more my second year than I did my first,” Sanzenbacher told the Toledo Blade. “My rookie year I kind of got thrown into it and my head was just spinning. Even though the numbers don’t show it, I think I progressed as a player that second year. “You take that experience and carry it on to the next year. I’m getting a fresh start in Cincinnati. You carry over the confidence you’ve gained, and all the little things you’ve learned. It’s my third year, and I think it’s a good time for me to progress. I think it’s really going to be a good si
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