Re­port: Cam­pen to coach of­fen­sive line

The Morning Journal (Lorain, OH) - - SPORTS - By Jeff Schudel [email protected]­ald.com @JSProIn­sider on Twit­ter

James Cam­pen, the of­fen­sive line coach of the Pack­ers since 2007, is leav­ing Green Bay to be the Browns as­so­ci­ate head coach/of­fen­sive line coach un­der Browns head coach Fred­die Kitchens, ac­cord­ing to Rob De­movsky of ESPN.

Cam­pen, 54, was team­mate of Browns gen­eral man­ager John Dorsey with the Pack­ers in 1989. Dorsey was a line­backer for the Pack­ers from 198489. Cam­pen was a cen­ter with the Pack­ers from 1989-93 after two sea­sons with the Saints. He played in 67 games with 48 starts.

Cam­pen is re­plac­ing pop­u­lar

Bob Wylie as the Browns’ of­fen­sive line coach. In 2018, Cam­pen was pro­moted by for­mer Pack­ers head coach Mike McCarthy to of­fen­sive line coach/run-game co­or­di­na­tor. He had a year re­main­ing on his con­tract but the Pack­ers, with Matt Le­fleur as head coach, gave Cam­pen per­mis­sion to in­ter­view with the Browns.

Cam­pen be­gan his coach­ing ca­reer with the Pack­ers in 2004 as the of­fen­sive qual­ity con­trol coach/of­fen­sive line coach. He was on the Green bay coach­ing staff that de­feated the Pitts­burgh Steel­ers, 31-25, in Su­per Bowl XLV in the 2010 sea­son.

Cam­pen.

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