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Redskins Re-sign LB Khary Campbell

The Washington Redskins announced March 14 that they have re-signed linebacker Khary Campbell.

Last season, Campbell led the Redskins in special teams tackles with 34 and contributed nine tackles on defense. He was also selected as the Redskins' recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award after he coming back from a knee injury in 2004.

In 2004, Campbell appeared in nine games in Washington as a solid special teams contributor and back up linebacker before suffering a season ending injury. Despite playing in only nine games, he still finished third on the team in special teams stops with 20.

Campbell entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Dallas Cowboys and was assigned to the practice squad. He was signed by the New York Jets from the Cowboy's practice squad in September 2002 and started seven games for the Jets. He finished the season with six tackles (one solo).

Campbell finished his collegiate career at Bowling Green with 299 tackles, two interceptions and 10 forced fumbles.

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