Report: Alabama defensive line coach Karl Dunbar had a backpack containing a playbook stolen in Atlanta

Report: Alabama defensive line coach Karl Dunbar had a backpack containing a playbook stolen in Atlanta

Alabama won its 17th national championship on Monday night.

Two days before Alabama won its 17th national championship, defensive line coach Karl Dunbar had is backpack stolen. 

First reported by  Tyisha Fernandes of WSB in Atlanta, Dunbar left his backpack in a room in the team's hotel. The backpack contained two cellphones, laptop, $1,320 in cash, passport and his team's game-day playbook.  

In the incident report acquired by Al.com, some items were found in a hotel bathroom. 

Dunbar has been on Alabama's staff since May of 2016, after spending 10 years in the NFL. He coached for the Buffalo Bills, New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings and the Chicago Bears. 

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