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At it again

 Glendale, AZ (KOLD) - Former Wildcat receiver Dan Buckner is at it again, trying to catch back on with the team he initially came on board with just a season ago. 

Upon graduating from Arizona, Buckner signed with the Cardinals as an undrafted rookie free agent. That's when the roller coaster ride began. He was cut by the team in August, 2013 only to be signed to the practice squad for four days before being released. Tampa Bay signed Buckner to its practice squad for 7 days before releasing him when Arizona resigned him in November and then ultimately to a futures contract in January.

In two seasons with the Wildcats, Buckner caught 7 touchdowns for over 1,300 yards. 

To hear his raw interview with Dave Cooney from Cardinals camp, click the link above. 

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