|Date of birth||February 7, 1892|
|Place of birth||Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|Date of death||May 26, 1937(aged 45)|
|1919–1921||Rock Island Independents|
|1924||Rock Island Independents|
|1924||Green Bay Packers|
Walter Daniel Buland (February 7, 1892 – May 26, 1937) was a professional football player in the early National Football League. He played in the NFL for the Rock Island Independents, Green Bay Packers and Duluth Eskimos. He also played for the Minneapolis Marines prior to their entry into the NFL. Buland also played in one of the two very first NFL games. On October 3, 1920, during a game between the Independents and the Muncie Flyers, Buland blocked a Ken Huffine punt in the Flyers endzone and recovered it for a touchdown.
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