CFL: 14th season
Stamps: 2nd season
Campbell was hired as the Stampeders’ defensive coordinator on Feb. 29, 2012 and is in his second stint with the club. In 2010, Campbell was the Stampeders’ running backs coach and guided the team’s powerful ground attack that led the CFL with 2,618 rushing yards.
In 2011, Campbell assumed the role of assistant head coach and special teams coordinator with the Edmonton Eskimos. Of the 13 seasons that Campbell has coached in the CFL, 10 have been spent with the Eskimos.
Campbell started his CFL coaching career in 1999 as Edmonton’s special teams and linebackers coach. From 2000-04, he was the club’s defensive secondary and special teams coach. Campbell then went on to become the team’s defensive coordinator from 2005-08 and his defences consistently led the league in several key categories.
Campbell won two Grey Cups with the Eskimos in 2003 and 2005.
In 2009, Campbell joined the Winnipeg Blue Bombers as their defensive backs coach and special teams coordinator. That was followed by one season in Calgary and, finally, the 2011 campaign back in Edmonton.
Campbell was a coach at the University of Oregon from 1996-98 where he worked with the Ducks’ defensive secondary. In 1994-95, he was a teacher and coach with the football and baseball teams at Lewis and Clark High School in Spokane.
Campbell grew up in Edmonton and attended Harry Ainlay High School. In 1989, as a senior, Campbell was named the school’s athlete of the year after helping the football team to a provincial championship.
Campbell holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education from Washington State University. He and his wife Jeri became Canadian citizens in 2012 and reside in Calgary.
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