Reggie Dunn

#14WR,
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 180
Born:
College: Utah
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • ABC News

    Tyrone Crawford, Maliek Collins donate mattresses to needy families

    FRISCO, Texas -- Faced with shipping a king-size mattress home from Oxnard, California, Dallas Cowboys defensive end Tyrone Crawford came up with a better idea: donate it to a needy family from the area. Using Instagram and Twitter to reach out to fans in need, Crawford gifted his barely used Lull Bed mattress that was sent to him at the start of training camp to Norma Ramirez, a single mother of three boys who lives in Santa Barbara. When defensive tackle Maliek Collins got word of what Crawford was doing, he donated his mattress to Ramirez as well. "We put out an Instagram post asking if anybody felt like they deserved a good night's rest, and we thought it was better to stay with someone locally

  • Cowboys WR Noah Brown lit up the Colts punter with a blindside shot
    SB Nation

    Cowboys WR Noah Brown lit up the Colts punter with a blindside shot

    Punters don’t get hit very often. As long as the punt gets off clean and there isn’t a long return, they’re usually in the clear. Maybe that’s why Indianapolis Colts punter Rigoberto Sanchez didn’t think to keep his head on a swivel after a punt in the third quarter of a preseason game. Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown took advantage of that and demolished Sanchez with a blindside shot. Sanchez is battling Jeff Locke for the punter role in Indianapolis and was able to walk off the field under his own power. He and Locke are looking to replace Pat McAfee, who retired after the 2016 season, and offered some advice on Twitter. Brown was a seventh-round pick for the Cowboys and probably didn’t

  • Gator Feleipe Franks maturing into better QB with help of big brother
    Orlando Sentinel

    Gator Feleipe Franks maturing into better QB with help of big brother

    UF redshirt freshman Feleipe Franks hangs up the phone each day, reminded of what he needs to do. Some days, the Gators’ quarterback competition can become overwhelming for a 19-year-old going against a couple of 22-year-olds, each hoping to win one of the most high-profile starting jobs in the college football. But Franks’ brother, UCF senior tight end Jordan, helps keep his little brother grounded. “I mean, my brother is my rock. He's my, I look up to him for everything,” Feleipe Franks said Friday. “I look at whatever he says, it means everything to me. So his advice is probably the most meaningful. He's just been telling me just go out there every day and compete. ”Same thing Coach Nuss [Doug