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Edward Sauceda Has an Arizona Cardinals Face Tattoo, Alleged Pre-Season DUI

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Edward Sauceda is probably the only person on earth with the Arizona Cardinals logo tattooed on his face, as we could only find one other photo of a Cardinals face tattoo on Google images -- Sauceda's mugshot from 2009.

Sauceda was actually arrested the week before the Cardinals lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLIII in 2009, but is now accused of aggravated DUI during the preseason.

We're still attempting to obtain the details of what went down with Sauceda's alleged DUI, but the Cardinals didn't even play this weekend, so it doesn't appear to be a byproduct of another awful Cardinals game.

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