The Cleveland Browns signed S Ibraheim Campbell on Wednesday. Taken in the 4th round at No. 111 overall, Campbell agreed to a four-year deal. According to OverTheCap's pre-determined draft chart, Campbell's contract will be worth about $2.792 million, with a $512,008 signing bonus. With Campbell under contract, the Browns have signed eleven of their twelve draft picks -- only RB Duke Johnson remains unsigned.
Campbell was the team's sixth selection of the draft, and the first of two picks made in the fourth round. He is 5-11, 208-pounds, and played college football at Northwestern. He will wear No. 30 with the Browns. Campbell will see work at both free safety and strong safety and is the leading candidate to replace veteran S Jim Leonhard, who retired this offseason. Campbell could benefit if FS Tashaun Gipson skips out on any OTA sessions over the next couple of weeks, as Campbell might even see action with the first-team defense.