Appeared in five games with two starts as a rookie for the Packers in 2020, posting two catches for 26 yards (13.0 avg.) and a TD and two tackles on special teams
Also appeared in both postseason contests
Was signed to Green Bay's practice squad on Oct. 12, 2020
Was a gameday elevation from the practice squad vs. Philadelphia in Week 13 and then was signed to the 53-man roster on Dec. 12
Appeared in five games with two starts as a rookie for the Packers in 2020, posting two catches for 26 yards (13.0 avg.) and a TD and two tackles on special teams…Also appeared in both postseason contests…Was signed to Green Bay's practice squad on Oct. 12, 2020…Was a gameday elevation from the practice squad vs. Philadelphia in Week 13 and then was signed to the 53-man roster on Dec. 12…Made his NFL debut vs. Philadelphia (Dec. 6), appearing on six plays on offense and five on special teams…Made his first NFL start vs. Tennessee (Dec. 27) as the Packers opened with two tight ends and made his first career reception, hauling in a 13-yard pass to the Tennessee 17 on the Packers' opening drive of the game…Started for the second straight week with the Packers opening with two tight ends at Chicago (Jan. 3), posting his first career TD when he hauled in a 13-yard pass from QB Aaron Rodgers with just under four minutes remaining in the first half…Followed the TD up with a tackle of WR Cordarrelle Patterson on the ensuing kickoff at the Chicago 29…Registered a tackle on special teams in his NFL postseason debut vs. the L.A. Rams (NFC Divisional, Jan. 16)…Entered the league an undrafted free agent with the Indianapolis Colts on Aug. 26, 2020, before being waived on Sept. 5…Played in 35 games with six starts during his collegiate career, spending one season at Indiana State (2019) and two seasons at Iowa (2017-18)...Appeared in all 12 games with six starts as a senior in '19, earning second-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference honors at fullback and MVFC all-newcomer recognition in his lone season with the Sycamores…Led the team with seven total TDs (six rushing, one receiving)…Ranked No. 2 on the team with 439 yards rushing on 62 carries (7.1 avg.) with seven TDs, with all of his rushing statistics coming in the final four games of the season out of the Wildcat package…Registered the fourth-best rushing performance in program history with a 244-yard effort on 20 carries (8.4 avg.) with four TDs (1, 57, 41, 1) at Missouri State (Nov. 23)…Rushed for 54 yards and two TDs on 11 carries (4.9 avg.) vs. Southern Illinois (Nov. 2)…Posted 15 receptions for 196 yards and a TD on the season, including a season-best five catches for 83 yards (16.6 avg.) with a season-long 45-yarder at South Dakota (Oct. 5)…Appeared in 10 games for the Hawkeyes as a junior in 2018, seeing time primarily on special teams as he posted three tackles (two solo) and a 26-yard punt return…Recorded a 19-yard reception vs. Illinois (Nov. 17)…Played in 13 contests for the Hawkeyes as a sophomore in 2017, recording five tackles (two solo) on special teams…Attended Iowa Western Community College as a freshman in 2016, but did not play football…Earned his degree in health and human physiology with a minor in human relations…Earned first-team all-state honors at WR after recording 58 receptions for 898 yards (15.5 avg.) and 12 TDs as a senior at Valley High School in West Des Moines, Iowa…Both his reception and receiving-yardage totals set single-season school records and he also holds the school mark for career TD catches (22)…Helped his team post a 20-5 mark during his final two seasons with the school reaching the state quarterfinals during his sophomore and senior seasons and the state semifinals during his junior season…Earned first-team all-district recognition as a junior after posting 33 receptions for 445 yards (13.5 avg.) and 10 TDs…Also lettered four years in basketball, helping his team reach the state title game in 2013…His uncle, the late Bernard Dafney, appeared in 60 games with 29 starts as an offensive lineman for the Minnesota Vikings (1992-94), Arizona Cardinals (1995), Pittsburgh Steelers (1996) and Baltimore Ravens (1997)…Given name Dominique Dion Dafney…Born in Charlotte, N.C.
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