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Green Bay Packers vs Seattle Seahawks in Seattle
Green Bay Packers defensive end Aaron Kampman, right, sacks Seattle Seahawks quarterback Charlie Frye for an eight yard loss in the third quarter at Qwest Field in Seattle on October 12, 2008. Kampman sacked Frye two times in the Packers 27-17 win over the Seahawks. (UPI Photo/Jim Bryant)
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Aaron Allan Kampman (pronounced /ˈkæmpmən/) (born November 30, 1979 in Cedar Falls, Iowa) is a professional American football defensive end and linebacker for the Green Bay Packers. He played college football at the University of Iowa and was drafted by Green Bay Packers in the fifth round of the 2002 NFL Draft.

Aaron Kampman played high school football for Aplington-Parkersburg High School. Despite a student body of only 270, it has produced four NFL players. Kampman, Casey Wiegmann, Jared DeVries, and Brad Meester are all Aplington-Parkersburg graduates who played for Ed Thomas and later went on to the NFL. Thomas was named the 2005 NFL High School Coach of the Year.

Kampman lettered three times in football and basketball and four times in track in high school. He was an all-state basketball player as a senior, and he placed third in the shot put at the state meet his junior and senior seasons.

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