COLLINGWOOD cult hero Lynden Dunn has announced his retirement.

The defender calls time after 198 games with Collingwood and Melbourne across 16 years in the AFL.

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The 33-year-old, who was drafted by the Demons with pick No.15 in the 2004 NAB AFL Draft, joined the Pies at the end of the 2016 season.

He was a regular in Collingwood's back six during the 2018 season, but cruelly missed out on what would have been his first finals series after rupturing his ACL.

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After being delisted by the Pies at the end of 2019, he was given a rookie lifeline in March this year.

He managed two games this year and kicked only his second goal for the club in a win over Adelaide in round 11.

Dunn is the third Magpie to retire in 2020 after Travis Varcoe and Ben Reid.

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