The Redskins have made a minor roster move, according to the team, announcing today (via Twitter) that fullback Stephen Cambell has signed with the club. Washington had an open spot on its 90-man roster following the indefinite suspension handed down to safety Tanard Jackson.
Campbell, a West Virginia Wesleyan product from 2009 to 2012, totaled 65 receptions for 625 yards and eight touchdowns during his college career. The running back signed with the Colts as a free agent this past April, but was cut after the draft when the team brought in a new group of undrafted rookies.
While he figures to enter training camp next week with the Redskins, Campbell will be an extreme long shot to earn a spot on the club’s regular season roster.