De’Vondre Campbell

Previews & Reviews

5 Quick Things: GB vs. BUF

After re-watching Sunday night’s game against the Bills, here are five six things worth knowing: 1) It’s one thing to move around veterans Billy Turner and Lucas Patrick; it’s a whole other thing to move around young players. Neither tackle Yosh Nijman nor guard Jon Runyan is performing as well on the right side of the […]

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5 Quick Things: GB vs. NE

After rewatching Sunday’s game vs. the New England Patriots, here are five six things worth knowing: 1) Rashan Gary did what great players do on Sunday – he took over a game. The fourth-year outside linebacker had a pair of sacks, three hurries, and forced a fumble that he recovered. There’s no truth to the […]

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10 Quick Things: GB vs. CHI

After rewatching Sunday night’s game against the Chicago Bears, here are 10 things worth knowing: 5 QUICK THINGS 1) If AJ Dillon is ever going to be a legit No. 1 running back, he needs to do a better job of making tacklers miss. The bruising third-year pro should’ve averaged more than 3.4 yards per […]

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Players & Coaches

10 Most Important Packers

Green Bay did a commendable job of overcoming injuries to key players last season, but when it mattered most, the team really missed Robert Tonyan, David Bakhtiari, and Elgton Jenkins in the divisional round loss to San Francisco (they also could’ve used a healthy Za’Darius Smith and Jaire Alexander on the final drive of that […]

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Players & Coaches

Thursday Thoughts: Happy Anniversary

The January 6 hearings begin later today, so get ready to hear the words “Green Bay sweep” mentioned repeatedly. Only this time, it won’t refer to the beautifully designed and executed run that helped the Packers dominate the 1960s. Instead, it will refer to the strategy used by Donald Trump in an attempt to keep […]

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Players & Coaches

Thursday Thoughts: More Nickel

The Packers signed both of their No. 1 picks on May 6. That’s a far cry from the days – not too long ago – when the biggest story in late July was whether a team’s top pick would report to training camp on time. The National Football League doesn’t always do things to improve […]

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Players & Coaches

Notes: Smiths Get Separated

The Packers made big moves to clear cap space as free agency unofficially began on Monday. The following is an instant analysis: 🏈DE’VONDRE CAMPBELL SIGNS 5-YEAR EXTENSION I’ve been writing about the importance of re-signing Campbell for the past six weeks, especially if the Packers decided to keep MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers and make at […]

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Players & Coaches

Packers Can’t Let Campbell Get Away

The Packers have until Monday at noon to exclusively negotiate with De’Vondre Campbell before the All-Pro inside linebacker is free to talk to the other 31 teams in the NFL. And if history is any indication, Campbell won’t be returning to Green Bay should he make it to the open market. In fact, the last […]

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Players & Coaches

If I Were The GM: 2022 Offseason

I‘ll preface what’s next by saying it’s a heck of a lot easier making decisions when there are no ramifications. Unlike the people who work for the Green Bay Packers, my life isn’t affected by how many games the team wins or loses in any given year. With that out of the way, here’s what […]

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Players & Coaches

3 Must-Keep Players If 12 Returns

The Green Bay Packers have 14 unrestricted free agents (Davante Adams, Corey Bojorquez, Oren Burks, De’Vondre Campbell, Rasul Douglas, Dennis Kelly, Kevin King, Tyler Lancaster, Whitney Mercilus, Lucas Patrick, Equanimeous St. Brown, Chandon Sullivan, Robert Tonyan, and Marquez Valdes-Scantling), but there are only three they absolutely must retain in order to compete for the Super […]

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