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|Born:||March 29, 1956|
St. Louis, Missouri
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Paul Randolph Coffman (born March 29, 1956) is a former professional American football player who played tight end for ten seasons for the Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, and Minnesota Vikings in the National Football League. After attending high school in Chase, Kansas, he walked on to Kansas State University where he played tight end for four years. After completing college Coffman became an undrafted free agent and joined the Green Bay Packers.
His son, Chase, was an all star tight end for the University of Missouri and last played with the Indianapolis Colts until he was released in 2016. His son, Carson, was the starting quarterback for Kansas State University in the 2010 season and most recently played arena football. His third son, Cameron, is transferring from the Indiana University Hoosiers to the University of Wyoming. His only daughter, Camille, is attending the University of Wyoming on a full scholarship for volleyball.
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