The Green Bay Packers named James Campen offense – run game coordinator/offensive line coach on Jan. 24, 2018.
Campen enters his 15th season with the Packers, having worked as the team’s offensive line coach for the past 11 seasons (2007-17). Green Bay ranked in the top 10 in scoring in nine of those seasons and in the top 10 in total offense eight times, including three of the top four single-season yardage marks in franchise history. Campen’s offensive linemen combined for seven Pro Bowl selections over the past six seasons, with four different linemen receiving recognition. He had at least one of his linemen selected to the Pro Bowl following the 2010-12 seasons, the first time since 1967-69 that the Packers had a different lineman honored in three straight seasons. T David Bakhtiari earned second-team All-Pro honors from The Associated Press in 2016-17, joining Forrest Gregg as the only tackles in franchise history to earn AP All-Pro recognition in consecutive seasons. Campen began his NFL coaching career with the Packers in 2004, serving as assistant offensive line/quality control for two seasons before serving as the assistant offensive line coach in 2006. He played center for seven years in the NFL, including five with the Packers (1989-93).