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From PackersNews.com:


Campbell back: After the Packers selected him in the seventh round of the 2005 draft, linebacker Kurt Campbell didn’t have much of a chance to show the coaching staff what he was capable of.


On Aug. 1, the day before the Packers scrimmaged the Buffalo Bills on Family Night, Campbell tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in practice. He spent his rookie season on injured reserve.


Campbell was cleared to practice Wednesday and said he felt a great deal of excitement and relief to get back on the field.


“I knew it was coming, but when the doctor cleared me, I was pretty happy,” Campbell said. “This was a long time coming.”


Campbell said he felt no ill effects and said he is just looking forward to getting more work.


“Last season was tough, but I learned a lot,” Campbell said. “I feel like I’m a lot further along since I was here and able to watch how it’s done. I can’t wait to show them what I can do.”

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