Packers Sign Former Steelers WR Reggie Dunn To Practice Squad

According to the official transaction report released Monday by the league, the Green Bay Packers have signed former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Reggie Dunn to their practice squad.

Dunn originally signed with the Steelers as an undrafted free agent out of Utah back in April but was waived during the final round of cuts just prior to the start of the regular season.

During the preseason, Dunn rushed twice for 19 yards and caught one pass for 10 yards. In addition, the return specialist returned two kickoffs for 73 yards and seven punts for 69 yards.

In the final preseason game against the Carolina Panthers, Dunn was tackled for a safety while attempting to return a punt that he fielded on the Steelers 3 yard-line.

  • Riverstko

    Felix Jones need to learn how to kneel.

  • Mike Carroll

    Indeed. I would never allow him to bring it out of the endzone.

  • Shannon Stephenson

    Jones was very hesitate in all of his returns this last game. In the other weeks he was more focused on hitting the hole at full speed.

  • RedCarpetDefense

    Wouldn’t that be something if Reggie made the game day active roster when the Pack and Steelers play only for him to “get revenge” and take a kickoff to the house.

  • T R

    thats just how our season is going.. it will happen..

  • Michael Parker

    Wheaton needs to start returning kickoffs