The Green Bay Packers‘ season has not gone to according to plan. They are currently sitting in third place in the NFC North, with a 4-8 record, after heading into the year with Super Bowl aspirations.

Fortunately, Sunday morning provided them with some really good news. All-Pro linebacker De’Vondre Campbell will be taking the field for the first time since Week 8.

It’s a huge boost for a Packers run defense that has allowed a league-high 1,857 yards rushing through 13 games. Teams also average 5.0 yards per carry against the Packers, which is the fourth-highest average allowed.

Campbell is also a team captain, so his leadership adds another layer to his overall presence.

It’s not all roses, however. The Packers will be without Darnell Savage, rookie Romeo Doubs and All-Pro offensive tackle David Bakhtiari – the latter of which had an emergency appendectomy on Friday.

The full list of inactives can be found here:

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