Packers sign Ibraheim Campbell, release Corey Grant

AP

The Packers released running back Corey Grant only 13 days after signing him.

Grant spent four years in Jacksonville, three of which entailed working with now-Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett.

The Jaguars placed him on injured reserve after five games last year with a Lisfranc injury. In 38 games, Grant has 454 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

The Packers signed safety Ibraheim Campbell, who saw action in three games for the team last season.

He registered 20 tackles, a forced fumble and a pass breakup in 2018 before being placed on injured reserve Dec. 4 with a knee injury.

Campbell entered the league as a fourth-round pick of the Browns. He also has spent time with teh Texans, Jets and Cowboys.

The Packers also announced they waived linebacker Kendall Donnerson with an injury designation.

6 responses to “Packers sign Ibraheim Campbell, release Corey Grant

  1. Campbell is someone who the team is familiar with and God knows we need help at safety and special teams. Glad Aaron thought of it. Go Aarons!

  2. The Packers are making moves, big and small, one brick at a time.

    In other news: The Vikings have changed the color of their helmets to a lovely shade of lilac.

  3. Go back to the story about the Packers signing Corey Grant and you’d think by the comments that they had just signed Marshall Faulk in his prime.

  4. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    August 8, 2019 at 6:56 pm
    Go back to the story about the Packers signing Corey Grant and you’d think by the comments that they had just signed Marshall Faulk in his prime.
    ———

    We were doing that to make fun of you anointing Chad Beebe as the next Jerry Rice.

    We’re miles ahead of you, as always.

  5. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    August 8, 2019 at 6:56 pm

    Go back to the story about the Packers signing Corey Grant and you’d think by the comments that they had just signed Marshall Faulk in his prime.

    +++++

    Hmmm, when I checked there was your comment (first) 4 minutes in. Only 6 other comments.

    At least two asking “who?” much like yourself, two apparent Jags fans saying he could catch coming out of the backfield, something about “Olive” and a backflip on the beach, and a delicate Dalvin knock.

    No references to Kevin, much less Marshall, Faulk. You appear to be making….ahem, mistaken.

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