I wondered aloud before the draft whether the Packers would want a LB who complemented Campbell with a different kind of skill set (e.g. Chenal) or if they would want someone who could duplicate Campbell and play the same roles interchangeably.
The Packers have made it clear that it’s the latter. Campbell is actually a good NFL comp for Quay Walker. Super long (both have like 6’8” wingspans), fluid movers, comfortable working backwards, strong tacklers.
The way I see this defense working in the back 7 is that the personnel will be fairly static, but the deployment of that personnel will be variable. Because no one is pigeon-holed into playing in one particular spot or one particular manner. The safeties can be used interchangeably, the linebackers can be used interchangeably, the corners can all work inside or outside.
So keep that back seven unpredictable, rotate the front four like crazy to keep it fresh, and watch this unit hunt. It’s going to be fun.