Baltimore Ravens star linebacker Callis Campbell is set to re-sign a two-year, $ 12.5 million contract, NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport reported on Saturday. The deal could be worth up to $ 16.5 million Relief. Baltimore later announced that Campbell had agreed to the terms.
After nearly a month of wheeling and dealing, Campbell, one of the top free agents still available, is returning to where he was two times. The 35-year-old joined Baltimore from Jacksonville in 2020, starting 26 of the 27 average seasons and logging 5.5 sacks for the Ravens. Campbell made his sixth pro ball after the 2020 campaign.
Currently anchored in a defensive line of Michael Pierce, Justin Madubike, Derek Wolf and Emerge Edge Rusher Odaffe Owe, he will continue to star in Baltimore for at least the next two businesses. At the end of his contract, Campbell, now a 14-year veteran, was 38 years old.
Campbell said this offseason that, despite his age, he was not interested in retiring and was inspired by last year’s Super Bowl to reactivate it.
“I watched this match. The feeling I have now after seeing them celebrate a Super Bowl Championship is that I have a desire to go there and play football and compete,” Campbell said in February. “So I’s definitely not going to retire; I’ll be back.”
With 6.5 sacks out of 100 professional quarterback removals and no Super Bowl titles to his name, Campbell returns to Baltimore in his professional stirring style – on the state sheet and wrapping in the cup case.