11:03am: There were some issues with Campbell’s physical, but he remains a possibility for the Redskins, tweets Mike Jones of the Washington Post.
THURSDAY, 9:43am: A league source tells Tarik El-Bashir of CSNWashington.com (Twitter link) that Campbell has still not signed his contract, and that it sounds as if the deal may not get finalized.
WEDNESDAY, 11:49am: The Redskins have agreed to sign offensive lineman Bruce Campbell, according to John Kelm of ESPN.com (on Twitter). The deal appears to be a one-year, $645K pact, which is the league minimum.
While the news just broke today, Tom Pelissero of USA Today (on Twitter) says the deal happened quietly yesterday. He adds that Campbell will receive a $25K signing bonus, while Keim notes (via Twitter) that the cap number will be $710K once modest roster and workout bonuses are taking into account.
Campbell, 26 in May, spent the first two years of his career with the Raiders and the last two with the Panthers. While he saw five games with Carolina in 2012, he did not take the field in 2013.