After the 2005-2006 season, Aaron Kampman was coming off a career-best 6.5 sacks, giving him 13.5 for his four-year career. His sack totals had climbed steadily from 0.5 his rookie year as a fifth-round pick out of Iowa, to 2.0 the next year, and to 4.5 to 6.5 after 2005. He was a just serviceable DE going into his fifth season, and the Packers gave him a four-year $21 million extension. That may have been the best bargain the Pack made all decade. Kampman exploded in 2006, more than doubling his career total with 15.5 sacks, behind Shawne Merriman's 17.0áfor the NFL lead. The next year he totalled 12.5, and he notched 9.5 sacks in 2008. He's made two Pro Bowls and had the most sacks in the NFL from 2007-2009. This year, his career hit a bit of a speed bump, as he regressed to only 3.5 sa ...
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