Former Alabama Crimson Tide star, LB Tim Williams, who was picked up by Green Bay as a waiver claim on October 2nd after he was released by the Baltimore Ravens, has now been waived again to free agency. Williams only took the field for the Packers in a couple of special-teams plays and has otherwise been a non-factor for the team.
With the roster space created, Safety Ibraheim Campbell has been activated from the reserve physically unable to perform list. Campbell was claimed off waivers in November 2018 following the release of Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to Washington. Campbell was resigned this previous August but placed on the reserve/PUP list in September.
Campbell’s bio on Packers.com:
(EE-brah-heem) Campbell (5-11, 210) rejoined the Packers during training camp and was placed on reserve/physically unable to perform on Sept. 3. He saw action in three games for the Packers last season, including one start. Campbell registered 20 tackles (16 solo), a forced fumble and a pass defensed before being placed on injured reserve (knee) on Dec. 4, 2018. Campbell was originally selected in the fourth round (No. 115 overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns out of Northwestern. In addition to the Browns and the Packers, he has played for the Houston Texans, New York Jets and Dallas Cowboys, appearing in 46 games with 12 starts. Campbell has totaled 88 tackles (67 solo), two passes defensed, a fumble recovery, a forced fumble and 14 tackles on special teams. He will wear No. 35 for the Packers.
A little help for Martinez is on the way.
What is it with the Packers and these Northwestern guys?
Are you including Mark Murphy in the Northwestern group?
Something tells me these guys are the answers we’re looking for on defense….back to winning!
Christian McCaffery can kiss his sweet ass goodbye.
I didn’t mean “sweet” as, i think he has a sweet ass (not that there is anything wrong with that).
Just wanted to be clear.
Hopefully he tutors his team mates on how to tackle.
All of the sudden it’s like in the movies from the 80’s. They have to take the players to a secret forest where an elderly tackling-master lives, so he can teach them the secret Muay-Thaickle techniques.