Green Bay Packers cut former Iowa TE
The Green Bay Packers also released a former Iowa TE on Tuesday. Dominque Dafney was 1 of the players that got cut by the team in order to get down to the 85-player roster minimum per Matt Schneidman of The Athletic.
Dafney spent the majority of his college career with Iowa from 2017-2018 before transferring to Indiana State in 2019. He went undrafted in the 2020 NFL Draft, but was signed by the Indianapolis Colts. After a few months with the Colts’ organization, he joined the Packers later that year. His release could have something to do with the injury that put him on the IR in September.
The Packers released TE Dominique Dafney, RB BJ Baylor and OL George Moore to get down to 85 by today’s deadline.
— Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) August 16, 2022
The team also let go of RB B.J. Baylor and OL George Moore as well. Maybe another team will take a chance on him before the start of the regular season.