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Canadian cornerback Tevaughn Campbell has re-signed with the Los Angeles Chargers, his representation has announced.
Congratulations to @TevaughnsC on re-signing with the @Chargers! Tevaughn started 4 games in 2020, notching 22 tackles, 3 PBU, 1 FF, 1 QB Hit, and a Pick-6, while being a core special teams player as well! pic.twitter.com/J8dQoVNsAk— Paul Sheehy (@ProStarSports) February 22, 2021
Campbell, 27, started four games last season for the Chargers, amassing 22 tackles, three pass breakups, one forced fumbled and an interception, which he returned for a touchdown. He appeared in 14 games overall for the Chargers in 2020.
Campbell, who hails from Scarborough, Ont., originally joined the Chargers in 2019 as a member of their practice squad. He also has spent time with the New York Jets.
A product of the University of Regina, Campbell, began his professional football career in the CFL. Over four seasons (2015-18), he played for the Calgary Stampeders, Saskatchewan Roughriders and Montreal Alouettes.