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Dan Campbell
Tight Ends
College:
Texas A&M
Experience:
14
Dan Campbell enters his second season as Miami’s tight ends coach in 2012. He originally joined the Dolphins prior to the 2010 season as a coaching intern/offense.
Dan Campbell enters his second season as Miami’s tight ends coach in 2012. He originally joined the Dolphins prior to the 2010 season as a coaching intern/offense.

In 2011, Campbell tutored a young group led by a reliable veteran Anthony Fasano who had 32 receptions for 451 yards and five touchdowns.

Campbell joined the Dolphins after 11 years of playing experience with the New York Giants (1999-2002), Dallas Cowboys (2003-05), Detroit Lions (2006-08) and New Orleans Saints (2009). A third-round selection of the Giants in the 1999 NFL draft, the former tight end appeared in a total of 114 games with 75 starts and caught 91 passes for 934 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Campbell attended Texas A&M where he was a four-year letterwinner and agricultural development major. A native of Clifton, Texas, Campbell and his wife, Holly, have a son, Cody and a daughter, Piper.

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