News: 4 days agoCampbell caught four of six targets for 21 yards in Sunday's Week 2 win over the Cardinals.
Spin: After nabbing just one of four targets in a season-opening loss to Dallas, Campbell was more efficient and productive against Arizona, though his longest reception went for just nine yards. The speedy wideout finished tied for third on the team in catches but was sixth in receiving yards in a game during which QB Daniel Jones racked up 321 yards through the air. New York doesn't yet have a clear wide-receiver pecking order, making it difficult to predict how much volume Campbell -- or any of the team's wideouts -- will receive in any given week.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Campbell signed with the Giants after spending his first four seasons with the Colts. The 2019 second-round pick appeared in all 17 games in 2022 after injuries limited him to 15 of a possible 49 games (31%) during his first three seasons. Campbell ranked eighth at wide receiver in routes last season but was 50th or worse in yards, TDs and fantasy PPG. He has generally been a short-range target (career 8.4 aDOT) with minimal goal line work (five TDs and three end zone targets in 32 games). The 26-year-old is positioned for a big early-season role in New York, but things will be a bit more uncertain once Wan'Dale Robinson and Sterling Shepard return from torn ACLs. Campbell's shaky durability and lack of career production suggest he's worth no more than a late flier in deep leagues.