Jaguars' defensive lineman Calais Campbell has designated four charities to benefit from his production in 2019 and guarantees Jaguars will make postseason in the process.

Well-known for leadership and productivity on the field, Jaguars defensive lineman Calais Campbell hopes to parlay a banner 2019 season into a windfall for several charities.

Each month during the season, Campbell has designated four charities – Feeding Northeast Florida (September), the Clara White Mission (October), Wounded Warrior Project (November) and United Way, targeting mental health awareness (December) – to receive up to $20,000 based on his on-field production.

Campbell, a Pro Bowl recipient the past two years, has four pledge categories during each month: $1,000 for every Jaguars win, $2,000 for each tackle for loss, $5,000 for each sack and $10,000 for each turnover/blocked kick. The donation to each charity is capped at $20,000.

In addition to his own contributions, Campbell is also encouraging fans to pledge their own amount to one of the charities for every sack he has in 2019.

“I wanted to use my platform to bring attention and funds to some very deserving causes both in Jacksonville and nationally,” Campbell said in a statement. “Season of Giving gives me an opportunity to do both. I’m asking Jags fans to join me in raising money by pledging a dollar amount for each sack I have this season.”

Campbell has accumulated 25 sacks the past two seasons, which is more than he collected in any combination of three seasons during his nine-year stint with the Arizona Cardinals. Only three players – Chandler Jones, Aaron Donald and Ryan Kerrigan – have more sacks the last two years than Campbell.

Campbell, who just turned 33 on Sunday, is so encouraged by the Jaguars’ prospects for 2019 that he expects his philanthropy to last into the postseason.

“When we’re on our playoff run in January, I’ll be picking a social justice cause so Season of Giving can continue into the postseason,” Campbell said. “I’m already pretty fired up to perform my best each time I’m on the field, but having the fans and community me provides the extra incentive to help the Jags win and dominate on Sundays. We’re all in this together and can really make a difference in this community if we join forces.”

The University of Miami product is playing on the third year of a contract that will pay him $14.5 million this season.

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