Kampman's season finished

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JACKSONVILLE - The Jacksonville Jaguars officially ended the season for defensive end Aaron Kampman by placing him on injured reserve Saturday.

Head coach Jack Del Rio announced on Friday that Kampman was going to miss the rest of the year with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.

Kampman, who signed with the Jaguars as a free agent in March after spending his previous eight NFL seasons with Green Bay, suffered the injury in Thursday's practice session. It is the second straight year Kampman had his season cut short as he went down with torn ACL in his left knee in Week 11 in 2009.

The Iowa product, who will turn 31 at the end of the month, recorded a team-leading four sacks to go with 25 combined tackles in eight games this season.

A two-time Pro Bowl selection, Kampman has totaled 58 sacks, 12 forced fumbles and 485 combined tackles in 120 career games -- 104 starts -- with the Packers and Jacksonville.

Rookie defensive ends Larry Hart and Austen Lane are expected to help fill the void in Kampman's absence.

In related roster moves, the Jags signed defensive tackle Nate Collins from the New York Giants' practice squad, and added defensive tackle Dre Moore to the practice squad.


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