Cardinals, Packers have 3 player connections

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The Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers are set to play Thursday night at State Farm Stadium. They have not faced one another since 2018. However, there are some familiar faces to the teams as three players between the two teams used to play for the other in their career.

Read on for who those players are.

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Cardinals safety Chris Banjo

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Banjo is in his third season as a Cardinal. He is a core special teams player and filled in ably for Jalen Thompson at safety last season when he was injured.

His first three NFL seasons were with the Packers from 2013-2015, and he played two games for Green Bay in 2016. He played in 37
games, amassing 36 tackles, eight pass breakups and a forced fumble on defense. He also added 21 special teams tackles.

Packers LB De'Vondre Campbell

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Campbell was a starter for the Cardinals last season and signed with the Packers in the offseason as a free agent.

In his one season for the Cardinals in 2020, he had 99 tackles, two sacks, two QB hits, a forced fumble and three pass breakups. He started all 16 games last season.

Packers CB Rasul Douglas

Douglas never played any games for the Cardinals but was with the team this season on the practice squad until Green Bay signed him to the active roster.

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