The Green Bay Packers are adding a veteran to help the secondary at a very thin safety position.
The Packers claimed Ibraheim Campbell off waivers from the New York Jets.
Campbell has spent time with the Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys and the Jets.
The Packers say he has played in 43 games, starting 11 contests with 68 tackles (51 solo), one pass defensed, a fumble recovery and 14 tackles (10 solo) while playing special teams.
In a corresponding move, the Packers let go of punter Drew Kaser, whom they signed in case starting punter J.K. Scott had to leave the team if his wife gave birth, which is reportedly set to happen in the coming days.