Is Calais Campbell playing this year?

Is Calais Campbell playing this year?

Campbell (calf) is expected to play against the Giants on Sunday. Campbell will return to the lineup after a one-game absence. On Sunday, he'll start at defensive end. Campbell has 27 tackles, four sacks, and six pass breakups in 10 games this season.

He's played in only three games since early October because of a calf injury. Before that, he had nine sacks this season and was considered one of the best defensive players in the NFL.

Calais Campbell was voted to his first Pro Bowl this year. He's the first Bengal to be selected for the game since Eric Bass in 2000.

Campbell had 9.5 sacks last year, which led the league. He's also forced two fumbles this season, recovered another, and blocked a field goal attempt.

Calais Campbell was born on January 4th, 1986 in Glendale, Arizona. He plays for the California Golden Bears. The defensive end position is not known as a strong one in college, but Campbell showed great talent from early on. He started 31 of 32 games during his collegiate career, recording 71 tackles and 19 sacks. He also forced five fumbles and recovered three more.

After graduating from college, Campbell entered the 2006 NFL Draft. He was chosen by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first round (sixth overall).

When did Dan Campbell play for the Detroit Lions?

Following an 11-year playing career with the New York Giants (1999–2002), Dallas Cowboys (2003–05), Detroit Lions (2006–08), and New Orleans Saints, Campbell entered the NFL coaching ranks (2009). He was the defensive line coach for the Dallas Cowboys from 2009 to 2011 and the defensive coordinator for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2012. In 2013, he became the linebackers coach for the Detroit Lions.

Campbell played college football at Miami (OH). He started eight games at right guard for the Giants in 1999 and also saw action at right tackle. That same year, he participated in his first Pro Bowl after being selected as a starter at right guard by the coaches. He spent five seasons with the Giants, helping them reach the Super Bowl after the 2002 season. During that time, he started 43 of 44 games played at right guard. The only exception was a game at left guard when John Hall was injured.

After getting released by the Cowboys in 2008, Campbell joined the Lions' staff as a free agent. He replaced Jim Colletto who was fired by the team. Under Campbell's guidance, the Lions' defense improved in every category except for total yards allowed. They were ranked second in run defense in 2009 before falling to tenth in 2010 and eleventh in 2011. In 2012, their defense finished first in the league allowing only 99.4 rushing yards per game.

How many sacks does Calais Campbell have in a season?

Campbell has four Pro Bowl appearances and has been awarded first-team All-Pro thrice. Accumulated at least 6.0 sacks in eight of the previous ten seasons (2009–19) and was one of four defensive lineman to record at least 30 passes defensed since 2011.

Last season, he led all 4-3 defensive ends with 69 tackles, nine passes defensed, two forced fumbles and 1.5 sacks. He also had three interceptions returned for touchdowns during that span.

In 2007, Campbell joined the Jacksonville Jaguars as an early draft pick after playing his college football at the University of Louisville. On January 13, 2009, he signed a six-year, $46 million contract extension with the team.

During his Jags career, he has recorded 155 tackles, 26 sacks, seven forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.

He was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the first round of the 2003 NFL Draft. With them, he won a Super Bowl title over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Campbell played his high school football at St. Augustine High School in New York City. He went on to play college football at Louisville.

His brother, Jason, is also a professional football player. They are the only pair of brothers to both play in the NFL.

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