Two years ago, De'Vondre Campbell was named a first-team All-Pro in his first season with the Green Bay Packers.
However, the Packers must now face the possibility that he has played his final snap for the team.
Campbell struggled in last week's loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. According to PFF, he allowed 135 yards in his coverage.
On Tuesday, Campbell posted on social media: "Not going out my way anymore and I'm not playing through injuries anymore cause when sh-t goes wrong they always use it against you."
The Packers have already ruled out Campbell for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers. He missed practice all week. So, what's next for the former All-Pro?
Will Packers move on from De'Vondre Campbell?
It's unclear who Campbell was aiming his tweet at, but it wasn't a good look for the Packers.
It could be a coincidence that he isn't playing this week, but it's notable that Campbell isn't playing through an injury just days after tweeting that he won't *checks notes* play through an injury.
That only leaves two more opportunities for Campbell to play again this season.
Looking at the bigger picture, Green Bay could decide to move on in the upcoming offseason. While Campbell has three years remaining on his contract, the Packers would save a little under $3 million in cap space by releasing him in 2024, per Spotrac. However, they would pay $11.63 million in dead cap.
The reality is that Campbell hasn't played well since returning from injury. Not only did he struggle in coverage last week against the Bucs, but PFF has credited Campbell with six missed tackles in the past four games. He received a tackling grade of just 28.9 in Week 15.
Backup Isaiah McDuffie played well when filling in for Campbell earlier this season, and he will get another opportunity to start next to Quay Walker this week.
Has De'Vondre Campbell played his final snap for the Packers?