The performance sent a message that KGB, fourth in the NFL in sacks last season with 13.5, has no intention of slowing down.
"He had a strong camp," said defensive coordinator Ed Donatell. "He had a very good offseason, came in here in top shape and he looks like he's going to graduate to that next level as a pass rusher.
"He's developed some counter moves and he's still that explosive athele that you know he is," Donatell said. "We're looking for him to have a great season."
In his third season out of San Diego State, the defensive end has already built an impressive resume. Gbaja-Biamila's 9 quarterback takedowns over the first four games in 2001 tied a league record and he became first Packer to post a double-digit sack total since Reggie White notched 16 in 1998.