Wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher is heading home. The Maumee, Ohio, native and Ohio State alumnus was claimed off waivers by the Cincinnati Bengals on Tuesday. Sanzenbacher was waived by the Chicago Bears a day earlier. The Bengals cleared a roster spot for Sanzenbacher by placing rookie cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick on injured reserve because of a knee injury. In four games with...
The Cincinnati Bengals have acquired wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher on waivers from the Chicago Bears and placed first-round draft pick Dre Kirkpatrick on injured reserve.
Sanzenbacher was released this week by the Bears and was picked up Tuesday by the Bengals. He played in five games with one catch for 7 yards this season.
Kirkpatrick, the 17th overall selection in the 2012...
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December 25, 2012
LAKE FOREST, IL – The Chicago Bears on Monday waived WR Dane Sanzenbacher. Sanzenbacher appeared in 20 games with one start over two seasons with the Bears, recording 28 receptions for 283 yards (10.1 ypr) and three touchdowns. In 2012, he appeared in four games with a seven-yard reception.
All season long there has been a consistent theme developing on the Chicago Bears offense, a bit of a rallying cry, the Bears need to spread the ball around. Brandon Marshall has been the focal point of the offense this season, earning the third most targets of any receiver in the NFL this season. The idea is the Bears could do better to spread the ball around to other receivers...
Bear Report goes one-on-one with Chicago Bears wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher, who, due to injuries to Alshon Jeffery and Devin Hester, is likely to see plenty of action on Sunday.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher appears to have overcome the odds to make the final 53-man roster for the second consecutive season. Prior to the start of training camp it appeared Sanzenbacher was a long shot to make the roster as the final wide receiver.
During the offseason the Bears signed wide receiver Devin Thomas for his special teams abilities. Thomas...
According to the Chicago Tribune, veteran WR Rashied Davis has been let go by the Chicago Bears.
Davis told the Tribune Wednesday morning that the Bears had released him.
He was battling with second-year receiver Dane Sanzenbacher who flashed his skills in 2011 as an undrafted rookie.
Davis wasn’t able to practice on Tuesday after suffering what the Tribune is calling an “undisclosed”...
The Chicago Bears announced today that they've signed wide receiver and special-team specialist Rashied Davis to a one-year contract.
Davis is an eight-year veteran of the NFL and played his first six seasons with the Bears. He started in 15 games in his career, but was more known for his special team efforts as he was a four-phase special-teams contributor.
Dane Sanzenbacher has experienced the "wrath" of Jay Cutler several times this season, but the Chicago Bears rookie said the sometimes tough treatment by his quarterback only makes him and his fellow receivers better.
October 17, 2011
Sanzenbacher gritty pass-catcher but ascent shows Bears' weakness Dane Sanzenbacher is the ultimate everyman, which is a polite way of saying anybody could be the leading wide receiver for the Bears.