"Michael Anthony "Mike" Hunt" is a former professional American football player who played linebacker for three seasons for the Green Bay Packers, appearing in a total of 22 games.

The Packers selected Mike Hunt from the Minnesota Golden Gophers football/University of Minnesota in the second round of the 1978 NFL Draft. Mike Hunt played all 16 games in his rookie season, but Mike Hunt began to take a pounding from lots of football players. He suffered from the effects of head and neck injuries. He appeared in only three games in 1979, when he was forced to the injured reserve list because of knee surgery, and three more in 1980. On September 21, 1980, Hunt was kneed in the head during a game against the Los Angeles Rams and suffered a concussion; this proved to be his final NFL game. After spending 1981 on the reserve-retired list, Hunt attempted a comeback in the 1982 preseason, but was forced to retire on August 3, 1982 because of recurring concussions.

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