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But if his defense starts giving up big plays, he might have to go conservative.
"You've got a philosophy. You want to stay with that philosophy," Capers said. "Now I'd be foolish to say that (injury) doesn't influence a little bit ... But you've got to evaluate every week what do you think it's going to take to go out and win the game."
The Packers added some depth Tuesday, signing former Denver cornerback Josh Bell -- who said Tuesday he believes he would be playing a significant role for the Broncos right now if he hadn't hurt his knee in the preseason.
Replacing Kampman at outside linebacker also is a concern for the Packers, but perhaps one not as grave as the No. 3 cornerback spot.
Jones played well in the Packers' Nov. 15 victory over Dallas when Kampman sat out with a concussion. The Packers also have steady veteran Brady Poppinga.
Jones insists the defense won't let the team down.
"Those are two great players," Jones said. "It's not like you just have another Aaron Kampman or another Al Harris just sitting on the sidelines."
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