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Campbell (hip) is probable for Sunday's game against Seattle.

Campbell practiced all week, so the hip isn't a concern. Campbell is a beast and typically plays well against Seattle, so his IDP owners should keep rolling with him.

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Campbell (hip) was limited in practice Thursday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Campbell has fit in two capped practices to start the week, but his status for Sunday's game against the Seahawks isn't really in question. While he may not tally three sacks, as he did in the Cardinals' Week 12 showdown in Seattle, he has produced six sacks among 31 tackles (24 solo) over the past six contests.

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Campbell produced six tackles (five solo), one sack, one tackle for loss, and one pass defended during Sunday's victory versus the Chiefs.

With 26 tackles (20 solo) and six sacks over the last five games, there's little doubt that Campbell is upholding the standard set throughout his career, which includes at least six sacks in six consecutive seasons. As the season draws to a close, he'll aim to take down NFC West signal callers in each of the Cardinals' three remaining tilts.

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Campbell played 50 of the Cardinals' 58 defensive snaps during Sunday's defeat at Seattle, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

While Arizona's offense bumbled along in Week 12, the defense did everything in its power to keep Seattle out of the end zone, and Campbell was the driving force. On the day, he led a relentless pursuit of Russell Wilson, accruing six tackles (four solo), three sacks, and three quarterback hits. After the performance, Campbell has tallied five sacks in the past three games, which supports the notion that he's in tip-top shape following a two-game absence earlier this season due to an MCL sprain, according to the team's official site.

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Campbell was a monster in Sunday's victory against the Rams, totaling six tackles (five solo), four tackles for loss, and two sacks.

Campbell's played 72.6 percent (45 of 62) of the Cardinals' defensive snaps, according to FOX Sports 910 Phoenix, which fell between his usage (67.4 and 89 percent) from the two games following his Week 8 return from a sprained MCL. Defensive coordinator Todd Bowles may have found a happy medium with Arizona's premier pass rusher, and if that's the case, Campbell is poised to bolster the pursuits of IDP owners as the fantasy playoffs approach.

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Campbell took the field for 57 of the Cardinals' 64 defensive snaps during Sunday's victory in Dallas, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

Campbell's usage increased significantly from his Week 8 return -- 67.4 to 89 percent of the snaps -- and his production responded in kind, with four tackles (two solo) and one tackle for loss added to his ledger. In the process, he teamed with nose tackle Dan Williams to whip the Cowboys' offensive line continually, spurring DeMarco Murray's worst performance (79 yards rushing) of the season. As the health of his knee improves, Campbell is a decent bet to accrue at least six sacks for a sixth consecutive year, despite only one in his game log to date.

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Campbell (knee) is active for Sunday's game at Dallas, the Cardinals' official site reports.

With a knee brace in tow, Campbell's impact on IDP pursuits could once again be underwhelming, after tallying two tackles (one solo) in his return last Sunday from a sprained MCL. Luckily, he has an easier target (Brandon Weeden) to focus on with Tony Romo (back) inactive.

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Campbell (knee) took the field for 62 of the Cardinals' 92 defensive snaps in Sunday's win against the Eagles, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 reports. Afterward, Campbell told the Cardinals' official site, "I could definitely tell a difference [wearing the brace] but I was able to be functional and explosive and leave it all on the field. It held up pretty good. After the game I was exhausted."

Although Campbell mustered just two tackles (one solo) and no other counting stats, he equaled fellow lineman Tommy Kelly for most snaps along the defensive front. Campbell was understandably constrained by the brace on his right knee, but his recovery from an MCL sprain may require its services for the foreseeable future. If so, owners should temper expectations until his playmaking ability is reestablished.

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Campbell (knee) is listed as active Sunday against the Eagles, the Cardinals' official site reports.

Campbell will be accompanied by a brace on his right leg, but the Cardinals' defensive front include his services for the first time since Week 5 in Denver. Meanwhile, IDP owners shouldn't expect his typical number of reps, and his second sack of the season may be difficult to come by against an offensive line that has given up just seven sacks in six games.

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Campbell (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia.

Campbell logged two limited practices to close out the week, giving hope that he might return from his MCL injury in what could be a profitable matchup with a run-heavy, fast-paced Philadelphia offense. Still, even if he's active Sunday, Campbell probably won't see a full workload in his initial return.