5'11'' / 195 lbs
Campbell (knee) is active Sunday against the Broncos.
Campbell hasn't played yet this season while nursing his knee injury. However, now that he's healthy he'll take the field for the first time in 2023 and should bolster the team's depth in the secondary and on special teams.
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Campbell (knee) was ruled out for Week 2 versus New England.
Campbell will remain on the bench in Week 2 as he continues to nurse a knee that he suffered in late August. Brandon Jones will likely continue to operate as the primary backup safety Sunday night.
Campbell (knee) will miss Sunday's contest against the Chargers, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports.
The 28-year-old was expected to miss some time as he's been dealing with a knee injury suffered in late August. Campbell appeared in 16 games for Miami last season, tallying 12 total tackles and playing primarily on special teams.
Campbell (knee) will start the 2023 season on the Dolphins' active roster, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports.
Campbell was carted off the field in the Dolphins' preseason finale against the Jaguars on Saturday. It appears he has avoided any serious injury for the moment, otherwise he would have been placed on the team's injured reserve list. The severity of the injury is unknown.
Campbell (leg), who was carted off the field in Saturday's preseason loss at Jacksonville, has avoided an ACL injury and the team is continuing to assess the injury, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports.
Schad noted that the severity of the injury appears to be substantial. Campbell needed help getting off the field in the second quarter before being taken to the locker room on a cart. Campbell re-signed with the Dolphins in March for his third year with the team, where he primarily contributed on special teams.
Campbell was carted off the field due to a leg injury during Saturday's preseason loss at Jacksonville, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports.
Campbell needed assistance getting off the field during the second quarter, favoring his left leg as he made his way to the sideline tent before going to the locker room. The extent of the injury isn't known, but considering the way he left the field, he may be in store for a lengthy absence.
The Dolphins tendered Campbell a contract Tuesday, Mike Masala of USA Today reports.
Campbell is in line to return for a third season in Miami. The 27-year-old safety has primarily operated as a special-teams contributor during his tenure with the Dolphins, but he reached new career highs in defensive snaps played (92) and tackles (14) in 2022.
Campbell is questionable to return to Sunday's matchup against Buffalo due to a knee injury.
Campbell recored one solo tackle before leaving the contest with a knee injury. He played primarily on special teams during training camp, so his potential absence shouldn't have a major impact on Miami's defense.