De'Vondre Campbell earns Week 16 NFLPA Community MVP award for charity work during holiday season
De’Vondre Cambell put in some work off the field this season. ESPN’s Adam Schefter announced Friday that Campbell won the Week 16 NFLPA Community MVP award after his work during the holidays.
Campbell delivered $50K in holiday gifts to those in need this Christmas season. Campbell performed the charitable acts for 25 struggling families in Green Bay, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Campbell played football for Minnesota from 2013-2015 after transferring from Hutchinson Community College.
Packers’ LB De’Vondre Campbell is the Week 16 NFLPA Community MVP after he delivered $50K in holiday gifts door-to-door for 25 families in need across Green Bay and Minnesota.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 23, 2022
Campbell was later drafted in the 4th round of the 2016 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. After spending a few seasons there, Campbell spent one season with the Arizona Cardinals in 2020 before landing with the Green Bay Packers in 2021.
Known as a great tackler throughout the NFL, Campbell has played in 10 games for Green Bay this season. Campbell currently has 78 total tackles with 6 tackles for loss this season.
Players like Campbell who give back to their communities are what makes football great.