As the clock ticks down to the start of the new league year, the reports from around the internets continue to pick up.
One of the latest pieces of information comes from Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times, who is hearing from a league source that the Philadelphia Eagles could be players in the Aaron Kampman sweepstakes.
“One league source told me that Kampman may be headed to Philadelphia,” said Jensen.
The move makes a ton of sense. The Eagles are in desperate need of a pass rushing defensive end that can complement Pro Bowler Trent Cole.
Kampman—an eight-year veteran out of Iowa—recorded 3.5 sacks with the Green Bay Packers in 2009 before tearing his ACL midway through the year, ending his season. From 2006-2008, the defensive end racked up 37 sacks in 47 games with the Packers.
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