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  • Falcons' Calais Campbell: Can still get after QBs

    Campbell finished 2023 with 56 tackles (32 solo), 6.5 sacks, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one pass defense in 17 appearances. After three years in Baltimore, Campbell signed a one-year deal with Atlanta to revamp a poor pass rush. Jessie Bates' presence also had a major impact on the Falcons' defensive turnaround, but Campbell's contributions shouldn't go unnoticed, as he notched his most sacks in a season since 2019. Given the strong pairing, it wouldn't be surprising to see the Falcons try to bring the veteran back for his age-38 season, though Campbell may have a list of suitors after a healthy 2023 campaign.
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  • Falcons' Calais Campbell: Full practice Friday

    Campbell (illness) was a full participant at the Falcons' practice Friday. Campbell opened the week on the injury report due to an illness, but he now appears to be all set to play Sunday versus the Colts. The defensive lineman has recorded 17 tackles, including a sack, over four games since Atlanta's Week 11 bye.
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  • Falcons' Calais Campbell: Records sack in loss

    Campbell notched four tackles (three solo) and one sack during Sunday's 24-16 loss to the Commanders. The sack was the 100th of his career, making one of just five active NFL players to hit that special mark. Campbell signed with the Falcons this offseason and was expected to revitalize one of the worst pass-rushing groups in the NFL. He's been a solid presence for Atlanta thus far, but it took until Week 6 to record his first sack. Campbell hasn't recorded a double-digit sack season since 2018, and it doesn't look like that'll change this year.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Inactive Sunday

    Campbell (knee) is inactive for Sunday's night's game against the Steelers, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports. Campbell, who returned to a limited practiced Friday, approached the contest listed as questionable, but after going through a full pregame workout he'll sit this one out. The defensive end -- who last suited up in Week 15 -- will target a potential return to action next weekend against the Bengals.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Game-time decision for Week 17

    Campbell (knee) is a game-time decision for Sunday night's game against the Steelers, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Campbell sat out Week 16 versus Atlanta, and Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com previously reported that he's expected to miss Sunday's contest, but it looks like the veteran will at least have a chance to prove his health in pregame workouts. The defensive end's status will be made official when Baltimore's inactives list is released ahead of Sunday's 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Questionable for Saturday

    Campbell could miss some time with a knee injury he sustained in Week 15 at Cleveland, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Campbell was forced out during the second half of Baltimore's loss at the Browns in Week 15 with a knee injury, and his availability for Week 16 is now up in the air. If the veteran Campbell does miss time, rookie third-rounder Travis Jones would be a likely candidate for extra reps on the defensive line.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: No intention to retire

    Campbell said Sunday he intends to return for the 2022 campaign, which will be the 15th season of his career, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Campbell's two-year, $27 million contract with the Ravens has run its course, positioning him to become an unrestricted free agent after having notched just 1.5 sacks across 15 appearances in 2021. Baltimore could be motivated to offer the 35-year-old veteran a one-year deal to reprise his role in the 2022 season, but if Campbell does hit the open market he shouldn't have much difficulty finding a role elsewhere.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: No practice Wednesday

    Campbell (thigh) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Campbell will be monitored after picking up the soft-tissue injury Week 14, and the veteran defensive lineman was unable to practice to open the week. He'll likely need to make some progress in his recovery to have a chance of suiting up Sunday versus Green Bay.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Suffers thigh injury Sunday

    Campbell (thigh) is questionable to return to Sunday's contest against the Browns. Campbell recorded one tackle before leaving the Week 14 contest in the first quarter. If he is unable to return, Broderick Washington will likely have to step into a much bigger role for the remainder of the game.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Picks up sack in narrow loss

    Campbell had two solo tackles and one sack during Sunday's 20-19 loss to the Steelers. Campbell has just 1.5 sacks through 11 appearances this season, along with 38 tackles (20 solo), one pass deflection and one fumble recovery. He stands to handle his usual starting role versus the Browns in Week 14.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Questionable heading into Sunday

    Campbell (concussion) is questionable for Sunday night's game against the Browns, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Campbell left Week 11's game with a foot issue but is listed on the injury report as having a concussion. He'll need to clear the league's protocol in order to suit up Sunday night.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Leaves with injury

    Campbell (foot) is questionable to return Sunday against the Bears. Campbells absence, short-term or not, will leave a sizeable hole in the Ravens' defensive line for now. The pro-bowler's snaps will likely be replaced by Broderick Washington.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Good to go Week 17

    Campbell (calf) is active for Sunday's game against the Bengals. The veteran defensive end was listed as questionable with the calf injury, but his availability for Sunday's contest never truly appeared in doubt. Campbell has 18 total tackles, four sacks and six passes defensed over 11 games during his first season in Baltimore.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Questionable, but should play

    Campbell (calf), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, is expected to play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Campbell first suffered a calf strain Nov. 8 against the Colts and has frequently sat out practices or worked as a limited participant since then, but the worst of the injury appears to be behind him by this point. He returned from a one-game absence to play 20 snaps in last week's win over the Giants, and he looks poised to suit up again in the regular-season finale. Through 11 appearances on the season, Campbell has tallied 28 tackles, four sacks and six passes defensed.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: On track to play Sunday

    Campbell (calf), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants, is expected to play, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Campbell sat out the Ravens' Week 15 win over Jacksonville with the calf injury, but after turning in a limited practice Thursday and a full practice Friday, he looks poised to be available Sunday. Confirmation on Campbell's status will arrive at approximately 11:30 a.m. ET, when the Ravens release their official inactive list. During his first season with Baltimore, Campbell has tallied 27 tackles, four sacks and six pass breakups over 10 appearances.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Not playing Sunday

    Campbell (calf) is inactive for Sunday's game against Jacksonville. The 34-year-old was considered a game-time decision, but he apparently didn't show enough during a pregame workout for the Ravens to let him play. Justin Madubuike should have an increased role in Campbell's absence.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Designated as questionable

    Campbell (calf) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Jagaurs. Campbell made his first appearance at practice Friday, working as a limited participant. The veteran defensive end played through the calf injury in last week's win over the Browns, but he seemed to be on a pitch count, logging just 40 percent of the defensive snaps. Campbell could be set for a similar regimen in Sunday's clash against his former team.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Missed practice Wednesday

    Campbell (calf) was a nonparticipant during Wednesday's practice. Campbell was finally cleared for last week's game after missing three straight contests with the calf issue, so this news isn't a good sign. The veteran was on a pitch count Monday, seeing just 29 percent of defensive snaps, so it appears the team is working Campbell back slowly. If Campbell were to be limited again or completely miss Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Justin Madubuike and Jihad Ward would continue to see upticks in snaps.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Cleared for Week 14

    Campbell (calf) is active for Monday's game versus the Browns. Campbell returned from a three-game absence in last week's win against the Cowboys. He was held to a pitch count in that contest, as he logged a 29 percent snap share. It's unclear if he'll be limited once again. Justin Madubuike and Jihad Ward stand to see more reps if Campbell is held back.
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  • Ravens' Calais Campbell: Carries questionable tag

    Campbell (calf) is questionable for Monday's game versus the Browns, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Campbell didn't practice all week after playing in this past Tuesday's win over the Cowboys. The 34-year-old typically gets some rest during the week, but his complete absence from practice is concerning. If he can't go, rookie Justin Madubuike is expected to slot into Campbell's starting defensive end role.
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