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Packers name Ruegamer director of player engagement

Posted Jul 31, 2017

Ruegamer played 11 seasons in the NFL, three with Green Bay


The Green Bay Packers have hired Grey Ruegamer as the director of player engagement. The announcement was made Monday by Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations Ted Thompson.

Ruegamer (ROO-guh-mer) played 11 seasons in the NFL on the offensive line, appearing in 124 games with 17 starts during the regular season and 12 contests with two starts in the postseason. After originally being selected by the Miami Dolphins in the third round (72nd overall) of the 1999 NFL Draft he spent three seasons with the New England Patriots (2000-02) and played three years for the Packers (2003-05) before spending the final three seasons of his career with the N.Y. Giants (2006-09). Ruegamer was a member of two Super Bowl champion teams, the 2001 New England Patriots and the 2007 New York Giants.

 
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