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HN Hawkeye History Podcast: Aaron Kampman

April 21, 2020

Written by Rob Howe

Most people would be lucky to play for one legendary coach. Aaron Kampman can say he’s learned from three of them.

The Kesley, Iowa native was coached by the late Ed Thomas and Hayden Fry along with current Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz. He then enjoyed a long NFL career with the Green Bay Packers and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

We caught up with Kampman to see what he’s doing these days and walk down memory lane with a guy who’s experienced a lot in his 40 years.

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