NASHVILLE – The Titans on Friday agreed to terms with veteran defensive back Ibraheim Campbell.
Campbell, a five-year veteran, has played in 53 career games, with 15 starts. He spent the past two seasons with the Green Bay Packers, where he played in seven games last season, with two starts.
In his NFL career, Campbell has posted 115 tackles while primarily playing safety. He's also been credited with two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery, in addition to 16 stops on special teams. Campbell made 15 tackles last season for the Packers on defense, along with two tackles on special teams.
A fourth-round pick of the Cleveland Browns in the 2015 NFL Draft, Campbell played in 37 games over three seasons with the Browns (2015-17). He spent time with the Texans in 2017 before playing for both the Cowboys, Jets and Packers in 2018.
A 5-11, 210-pounder, Campbell played collegiately at Northwestern. He finished his college career with 45 starts, 316 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss, 11 interceptions (tied for third in school history), 24 passes defended (tied for fifth in school history), one sack and one fumble recovery.
Campbell adds depth to a secondary that added two players in the 2020 NFL Draft – defensive backs Kristian Fulton and Chris Jackson.
A look back at veteran defensive back Ibraheim Campbell's five-year NFL career with the Green Bay Packers, New York Jets, Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texans and Cleveland Browns. (AP Photos).