I thought that signing Campbell last offseason made sense for the Green Bay Packers, but instead, they went with Christian Kirksey, and Campbell went to Arizona. He spent his first four seasons in Atlanta and appeared in all 48 games over the final three years. Campbell would post 315 total tackles, 13 of which were for a loss, while adding 5.5 sacks and 31 pressures. He also came away with a pair of interceptions, nine pass breakups, and four forced fumbles.
In 2020 with the Cardinals, Campbell started all 16 games and was moved around this Arizona defense, lining up on the defensive line and in the slot in addition to taking a majority of his snaps in the box. He would finish the year with six pressures, two sacks, 102 tackles, and in coverage, held opponents to 9.8 yards per catch while tallying three pass breakups, according to PFF ($$).
Campbell is a reliable tackler, solid against the run, and effective as a blitzer when called upon. While I wouldn’t say that coverage is his strong suit, he does move fairly well and isn’t limited to only obvious running situations.
To get an idea of his price range, Campbell signed a one-year deal worth $6 million with Arizona. Green Bay could look to take a similar approach.