Campbell joined the practice squad last week after the Browns released him earlier in the season due to a hamstring injury. Now healthy, the safety will look to carve out a role on defense or special teams for Houston's final two games of the season.
The Texans signed Campbell to their practice squad Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The Browns waived Campbell off injured reserve in November, but after fully recovering from a hamstring issue, he was able to find a new home in Houston. Prior to being shelved by the Browns, Campbell made eight appearances, compiling 16 tackles (13 solo).
The Browns previously cut Campbell after he suffered the hamstring injury in a Week 8 loss to the Vikings, but he reverted to IR after going unclaimed off waivers. The defensive back will now be let go outright, with any team eligible to sign him if his hamstring issue doesn't prove concerning.
Campbell recorded a season-high seven tackles in the Browns' Week 8 loss to the Vikings prior to its bye week, but also came out of the game with a hamstring injury. The team subsequently waived him, but he has now cleared waivers and landed in the IR. He will remain there for the rest of the season unless he and the team can reach an injury settlement.
The Browns waived Campbell (hamstring) with an injury designation Thursday.
After recording a season-high seven tackles in the Browns' last game in Week 8 against the Vikings while starting free safety Jabrill Peppers (toe) sat out, Campbell was cut loose after succumbing to an injury of his own during Wednesday's practice. Campbell will be replaced on the roster by fellow safety Derron Smith, who appeared in three games with the Bengals earlier this season.
|Year||Team||G||Fum||Lost||Fum Forced||Own Rec||Opp Rec||Yds||Tot Rec||TD|