The Indianapolis Colts announced on Wednesday that the team signed safety Ibraheim Campbell to the practice squad—which completely fills out their 16-man taxi squad.
The 5’11, 210 pound safety was originally selected by the Cleveland Browns in the 4th round of the 2015 NFL Draft—and has later spent time with the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, New York Jets, Green Bay Packers, and Tennessee Titans organizations.
He appeared in 7 games (3 starts) for the Packers during 2019, recording 14 tackles and a forced fumble.
The 5-year veteran safety has appeared in 53 career games (15 career starts).
He has a RAS [Relative Athletic Score] of 7.34 out of 10.0.
Campbell projects more as an in-the-box safety—maybe even a hybrid linebacker in passing situations and special teams depth if he ever gets promoted from the Colts practice squad.
He has some coverage skills but probably isn’t a safety a defense ideally wants covering single high deep either.
That being said, he has some starting experience and could contribute immediately—if he ever gets called upon at safety (or special teams) for the Colts in a pinch.