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Jordan Campbell
LB #41
Height:
5-11
Weight:
240
College:
New Mexico Highlands
Hometown:
Norco, CA
Experience:
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Bio

College free agent signee logged a pair of 100-tackle seasons at NCAA Division II New Mexico Highlands after beginning his career at Southern California ... Entered senior season as Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference preseason Defensive Player of the Year ... Selected to play in NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.

College free agent signee logged a pair of 100-tackle seasons at NCAA Division II New Mexico Highlands after beginning his career at Southern California ... Entered senior season as Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference preseason Defensive Player of the Year ... Selected to play in NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed with Cincinnati as college free agent on 5-1-13.

MORE COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS: 2012—Finished his second season at New Mexico Highlands with 104 tackles, including 10.0 sacks and 24 tackles-for-loss ... Twice garnered conference Defensive Player of the Week award. 2011—In first season at NMHU, recorded 110 tackles, including 4.0 sacks and 28.5 TFLs. 2010—Was enrolled at Louisville, but did not play due to eligibility issues. 2009—Played in five games with one start as a sophomore at Southern California ... Recorded nine tackles, with eight coming in his lone start, against Washington ... Missed three games due to ankle sprain. 2008—As USC freshman, was switched from FB to LB prior to spring drills ... Played in 12 of 13 games, recording seven tackles as a backup LB and special teams player. 2007—Redshirted as true freshman at USC.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Norco (Calif.) High School, where he earned Super Prep All-America and Los Angeles Times All-Star honors ... Was league Defensive MVP as a senior.

PERSONAL: Hometown is Norco, Cal.

Recent Articles

  • Camp report: Lewis ditches Oklahoma; Hill makes some plays

    Posted 16 hours ago

    There may have been no Oklahoma Sunday in Bengaldom, but Louisiana was well represented by rookie running back Jeremy Hill.

  • Still turns to football in fight of his life

    Posted 20 hours ago

    In the heat of training camp Devon Still’s bald head inspires his daughter and perspires football. That’s what happens when you are a third-year backup defensive tackle for the Bengals and have a four-year-old daughter with Stage 4 cancer. You came this close to giving up the game and not going to training camp last week until you realized you need them both so very dearly.

  • Camp report: depth charge on third down

    Posted Jul 26, 2014

    With about a period-and-a-half devoted to third down, the Bengals defense showed why it was second best in the NFL in third down efficiency last season during Saturday’s practice on the Paul Brown Stadium fields.

  • Summer of revival for O-Line

    Posted Jul 26, 2014

    On a postcard summer day at the Paul Brown Stadium practice fields Friday (sunny and 78 degrees), the offensive line wrote a note to Bengaldom to let it know that despite all the offseason gnashing of teeth, things are just fine early on, thank you.

Recent Videos

  • Training Camp Report: 7/27

    (2:29) Posted 14 hours ago

    Geoff Hobson and Dave Lapham talk about the first day of full pads. They also discuss the absence of the much anticipated Oklahoma Drill.

  • 1 on 1: Tyler Eifert

    (2:11) Posted 20 hours ago

    Tyler Eifert spoke with Bengals.com about how his second training camp is going compared to his rookie year.

  • 1 on 1: Dane Sanzenbacher

    (2:16) Posted 20 hours ago

    Bengals.com's Geoff Hobson talks to Dane Sanzenbacher about the upcoming Oklahoma drill.

  • 1 on 1: Robert Geathers

    (1:45) Posted 20 hours ago

    Bengals.com goes 1 on 1 with long time defensive player Robert Geathers.

  • Bernard on the weather

    (00:35) Posted 20 hours ago

    Giovani Bernard talks about how wet weather may affect running backs.

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