Report: Packers are expected to sign De’Vondre Campbell after visit

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Linebacker De'Vondre Campbell appears to be on his way to Green Bay.

Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports that the Packers are bringing Campbell in for a visit and are expected to sign him if all goes well. That would include Campbell passing a physical.

Campbell started every game for the Cardinals last season and he started 54 games for the Falcons over the first four years of his career. Packers head coach Matt LaFleur was on the Atlanta staff during Campbell’s rookie season.

Campbell has 462 tackles, 7.5 sacks, three interceptions, six forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery over his five NFL seasons. He’d join Krys Barnes, Kamal Martin, Oren Burks, Ty Summers, and sixth-rounder Isaiah McDuffie as inside linebacker possibilities with the Packers.

5 responses to “Report: Packers are expected to sign De’Vondre Campbell after visit

  1. Will wait to hear on the physical, and official signing, but this would be another outstanding signing by Gute. This is a 100 tackle a season ILB, who also excels in coverage.

    With Barnes, K-Mart, and Campbell at ILB, I like the options there. Isaiah McDuffie is also a player to keep a eye on at training camp. McDuffie was a steal in the 6th round.

    I don’t expect or want Oren Burks to make the roster. Honesty is a real thing, at least with me.

    We will see if the Campbell signing indeed becomes official soon.

    GoPackGo!✊

  2. I am sure that will make Rogers want to play this year. Maybe solve the biggest problem on the team by either trading Rodgers or doing something to help the offense take another step. I am not a Packers fan or even Rodgers for that matter but this is some ignorant team building.

  3. The Packers will be hard to beat this year, Rodgers or no Rodgers. Rodgers knows this team is his last and best chance to do something great. I don’t think he’s going to waste it over a personal gripe. Whatever.

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