Green Bay Packers re-signing All-Pro inside linebacker De'Vondre Campbell

Tom Silverstein
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Packers inside linebacker De'Vondre Campbell (59) pressures Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.

GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers are keeping a huge component of their defense by re-signing inside linebacker De'Vondre Campbell, a source confirmed Monday.

Campbell's deal was first reported by Sports Illustrated.

The deal is worth $50 million over five years, the source said. Campbell gets $16.25 million in year one, $21.5 million in the first two years and $32.25 million in the first three years.

Campbell, 28, led the team in tackles, tied for the lead in forced fumbles and was tied for third in interceptions last season

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Most teams ignored Campbell in free agency last year, leading to him signing a one-year, $2 million deal on June 9. But after proving himself as a three-down linebacker and leader in the locker room, Campbell was in line for a big payday.

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