Chosen in the third round of the NFL draft, Cambell reached the SuperBowl with the Giants in 2000. He moved to the Dallas Cowboys and then the Detroit Lions. By 2009, his New Orleans Saints team won the Super Bowl. However, on injured reserve during the season Campbell did not receive a ring. Later, after his stint as the Dolphins interim head coach, the Saints signed Campbell as assistant head coach in 2016. He was named Lions head coach in 2021. Speaking about his career, he inspires audiences to persevere in the quest to attain dreams.
Why you should book Dan Campbell for your next event
- Dan Campbell inspires audiences to excel by using anecdotes from his stellar NFL career. He shares entertaining stories to transform the way that listeners view challenges.
- Providing strategic tools for improving teamwork and turning barriers into opportunities to excel, his interactive presentation helps audiences to improve collaboration in high-performing environments. Attendees walk away with actionable steps to integrate into team environments to jumpstart performance and improve productivity.
- Recognized as a natural leader during his NFL playing and coaching career, Campbell shares his secrets to success.
Dan Campbell has climbed from a rookie tight end position to head coach of the Detroit Lions. During his career, he’s participated in high intensity play against tough opponents. Experiencing both victories and defeats, Campbell has developed tools for succeeding on and off the field. Chosen in the third round of the NFL Draft in 1999, he entered the league with the New York Giants. His hard work paid off by 2002 when the team named Campbell the starting tight end. His blocking helped his teammates to throw and rush for record-breaking yards. Joining the Dallas Cowboys in 2003, he served as a team leader but also experienced injuries. In 2005, he was a starter in 12 games.
After joining the Lions in 2006, Campbell posted career high performances. Placed on injured reserve for 2007 and 2008, the Lions released Campbell by 2009. He also spent his 2009 season with the New Orleans Saints injured and did not receive a team Super Bowl ring. However, the Saints hired Campbell as an assistant head coach in 2016. By 2010, Campbell began his coaching career with the Miami Dolphins. The team finished the first season with Campbell at the helm with a record of 3-13-1.
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