Former UNC Football Player John Dunn Named Green Bay Packers Tight Ends Coach

Green Bay Packers Head Coach Matt LaFleur announced that has been promoted to tight ends coach. Dunn is entering his sixth season in the NFL and second with the Packers. Dunn was a tight end at North Carolina (2001-03) before a neck injury ended his playing career. He started his coaching career at UNC as a student assistant in 2004. (Green Bay Packers)

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