Rich Campbell (American football)

Richard Delano Campbell (born December 21, 1958 in Miami, Florida, United States) is a former National Football League quarterback who played for the Green Bay Packers (1981–1984). Campbell attended high school at Santa Teresa High School in San Jose, California. He was an All-American his senior season in 1980 at the University of California. During this season, he set an NCAA record with 43 completed passes in 53 attempts in a losing effort against the Florida Gators.

In 1985, the Packers traded Campbell to the Los Angeles Raiders, where he would never play a game. Campbell has since become a newspaper columnist at Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers.[1]

After Campbell's career ended, the Packers would not draft another quarterback in the first round until 2005, when Aaron Rodgers, also from the University of California, became a Packer.

Rich Campbell
No. 19
Position:Quarterback
Personal information
Born:December 21, 1958 (age 60)
Miami, Florida
Career information
High school:San Jose (CA) Santa Teresa
College:California
NFL Draft:1981 / Round: 1 / Pick: 6
Career history
Career NFL statistics
TD-INT:3-9
Yards:386
QB Rating:38.8
Player stats at NFL.com

References

  1. ^ http://www.totalpackers.com/2011/04/15/where-are-they-now-packers%E2%80%99-draft-busts-1980-1989/
Rich (given name)

Rich is a masculine given name, often short for Richard. People with the name include:

Rich Campbell (American football) (born 1958), American former National Football League quarterback

Rich Coady (center) (born 1944), American National Football League center

Rich Coady (defensive back) (born 1976), American National Football League defensive back, son of the above

Rich Cronin (1974–2010), American singer-songwriter, member of the band LFO

Rich Eisen (born 1969), American television journalist

Rich Hall (born 1954), American comedian

Rich Hill (baseball coach) (born c. 1962), American head baseball coach at the University of San Diego

Rich Hill (pitcher) (born 1980), American Major League Baseball pitcher

Rich Johnson (publishing executive), publishing executive in the field of graphic novels

Rich Johnson (basketball) (1946–1994), American basketball player

Rich Jones (musician) (born 1973), English guitarist

Rich Jones (basketball) (born 1946), retired American Basketball Association and National Basketball Association player

Rich King (basketball) (born 1969), American National Basketball Association player

Rich King (sportscaster) (born 1947), American television sportscaster

Rich Kreitling (born 1936), American retired National Football League player

Rich Lowry (born 1968), American magazine editor, syndicated columnist, author and political commentator

Rich Milot (born 1957), American retired National Football League player

Rich Moore (born 1963), American animation director

Rich Moore (American football) (born 1947), American football player

Rich Robertson (left-handed pitcher) (born 1968), American former Major League Baseball pitcher

Rich Robertson (right-handed pitcher) (born 1944), American former Major League Baseball pitcher

Rich Sommer (born 1978), American actor

Rich Thompson (disambiguation)

Rich Wilson (journalist), UK-based freelance rock music writer

Richard Campbell

Richard Campbell may refer to:

Rich Campbell (American football) (born 1958), former National Football League quarterback

Richard Campbell (musician) (born 1958), bass guitarist and vocalist from the United States

Richard Campbell (The New Adventures of Old Christine), a fictional character from the CBS sitcom The New Adventures of Old Christine

Richard Campbell (classical musician) (1956–2011), cellist and viol player from the United Kingdom

Richard Mitchelson Campbell (1897–1974), economist, civil servant, and diplomat from New Zealand

Richard Frederick Fotheringham Campbell (1831–1888), MP for Ayr Burghs

Richie Campbell (singer) (born 1986), singer of reggae, dancehall, ska and soul music from Portugal

Richard Campbell (priest), Dean of Clonmacnoise

Richard Vary Campbell (1840–1901), Scottish advocate and author of legal books

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