The Ravens agreed to acquire Campbell from the Jaguars on Sunday in exchange for a 2020 fifth-round pick, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Campbell played in all 48 games and had 31.5 sacks over his three seasons with the Jaguars, but the team is now clearly in rebuild mode and opted to shed his $15 million salary for 2020. The 33-year-old also won the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award in February and is expected to sign a two-year, $27 million extension with the Ravens once the trade is officially completed at the start of the new league year, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
Campbell was awarded the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award on Saturday.
Campbell was selected for the prestigious honor for his excellence both on and off the field. His sack totals have dropped from 14.5 to 10.5 to 6.5 over the past three seasons, but Campbell is one of the most beloved and respected NFL players out there.
Campbell had three tackles (one solo) and returned a fumble eight yards for a touchdown during Sunday's 38-20 win over the Colts.
The veteran defensive end played a season-low 61 percent of defensive snaps in the finale, but he was still able to find the endzone in the fourth quarter after the fumble recovery. Campbell had 57 tackles (37 solo), 6.5 sacks and two forced fumbles in 16 games this season. The 33-year-old is set to earn $15 million in the final year of his contract in 2020, but he would carry a dead cap of only $2.5 million if released. Fellow defensive end Yannick Ngakoue is likely headed for free agency, which may increase the likelihood of Campbell remaining with the team. Campbell has been a locker room leader since joining Jacksonville in 2017, which could factor into a potential roster decision.
Campbell (back) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game at Oakland.
Campbell began the week not practicing but will continue to play through the back injury, which he's done for much of the season. The veteran defensive lineman should see his usual starting workload for the Jaguars.
Campbell (back) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice.
This back injury has lingered for most of the season, and it's become standard for the 33-year-old to miss Wednesday practices and still be ready for Sunday. Campbell continues to be productive despite his injury, accruing 6.5 sacks through 13 games. At this time, there's no reason to believe he won't be ready for this Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Campbell had two solo tackles and a sack during Sunday's 45-10 loss to the Chargers.
Campbell brought down Philip Rivers for a 10-yard loss in the first quarter, but that was essentially the defensive highlight of the game for Jacksonville, as the Jaguars were gashed for 6.5 yards per carry and 12.6 yards per pass attempt. The veteran defensive end has 48 tackles (31 solo), 6.5 sacks and two forced fumbles through 13 games.
Campbell (back) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game versus the Chargers.
Campbell began the week not practicing but progressed to full participation Friday and is good to go for Week 14. The 33-year-old has battled the back injury throughout the past month, but he's continued to play his usual role in Jacksonville's defensive front and will continue to do so this weekend.
Campbell (back) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday.
Campbell sat out Wednesday's practice but was able to elevate his participation level. He followed a similar pattern prior to the team's Week 13 contest, finally shedding his injury designation the Friday before game action. As a result, he could still be on track to play in Week 14 against the Chargers.
Campbell (back) didn't participate at Wednesday's practice.
Campbell has battled the back issue over the last few weeks but has yet to miss a game due to the injury. The 33-year-old's practice participation over the next couple days should provide more clarity on his status for this weekend.
Campbell (back) was a full participant in Friday's practice.
Campbell began the week as a limited participant in practice, but he's now resumed working without restrictions. The veteran defensive end stands to handle his usual starting role Sunday versus Tampa Bay.
Campbell was listed on Tuesday's injury report with a back injury.
Campbell has dealt with this issue since late October, but it hasn't kept him out of game action. The veteran defensive end has logged at least a 72-percent snap share in every outing since the injury surfaced, so it's unlikely he sits out Sunday against the Buccaneers.
Campbell (back) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Colts.
Campbell started the week as a limited practice participant, but his availability for Week 11 never truly appeared in question. The 33-year-old should serve in his usual every-down role on the defensive line versus division-rival Indianapolis.
Campbell was a limited practice participant Wednesday due to a back injury.
Campbell played a season-high 61 defensive snaps in Week 9, and he wasn't able to fully recover from the back injury during the bye week. The veteran defensive end hasn't missed a game since 2014, and the fact he still started the week practicing means that's unlikely to change.
Campbell recorded five tackles (four solo) and a sack in Sunday's 26-3 loss to the Texans.
Campbell surfaced on the injury report with a back injury during the previous week, but he showed no ill effects in this contest. This was the 33-year-old's first sack since Week 3 when he dropped Marcus Mariota thrice. He'll enjoy a Week 10 bye and look to pick up where he left off against the Colts in Week 11.
Campbell (back) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Texans in London.
Campbell started the week not practicing but progressed to full participation Friday to avoid the questionable tag. The 33-year-old hasn't missed a game since 2014, and it appears that won't be changing this week.
Campbell (back) won't participate in Wednesday's practice, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports.
Campbell didn't seem hampered during this past Sunday's win over the Jets, as he logged his second-highest snap share of 84 percent and notched a sack in the process. He may have felt ill effects in the following days, however, and his initial absence from practice puts his status in question for Sunday's game against the Texans. Dawuane Smoot and Josh Allen could both see upticks in usage if Campbell can't go.
Campbell had three tackles (one solo) and 1.5 sacks in Sunday's win over the Jets.
Campbell entered Sunday with three sacks on the season -- all of which came in Week 4 -- so it's a welcome sight to see him back in the sack column. The veteran defensive end has 33 tackles (19 solo), 4.5 sacks and a forced fumble at the midpoint of the season.
Campbell notched seven tackles (all solo), five quarterback hits and three sacks during Thursday's 20-7 win over the Titans.
Campbell dominated Tennessee's offensive line, creating problems for quarterback Marcus Mariota all night en route to compiling three sacks. The 32-year-old will work to keep his momentum going Week 4 in Denver.
Campbell (foot) will play in Sunday's game versus the Texans, J.P. Shadrick of the Jaguars' official site reports.
Campbell hasn't missed a game since the 2014 season, and his ironman streak will stay alive. At 32 years old, the Jaguars will likely take precautions with Campbell when necessary, but he should still have plenty left in the tank after recording 25 sacks over the last two seasons. He'll look to bust through the Texans' line in Week 2 and sack QB Deshaun Watson, who was dropped six times in the season opener.
Campbell (foot) is participating in Thursday's practice.
Campbell missed Wednesday's practice after playing his usual starting role against the Chiefs, so it's possible that the Jaguars are simply approaching his foot injury with caution. The extent of his participation in Thursday's practice remains undisclosed, but even if the pass rusher were limited, it would be a step in the right direction. It appears as though Campbell is trending towards availability versus the Texans on Sunday, though his practice status Friday will be worth monitoring.
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