According to Daniel Popper, the Chargers have promoted CB Tevaughn Campbell from their practice squad to the active roster.
Popper notes that Campbell replaces CB Michael Davis on the active roster after being suspended two games for violating the NFL policy on substances of abuse.
Campbell, 26, is a former third-round pick in the CFL and played for the Calgary Stampeders, Saskatchewan Roughriders, and Montreal Alouettes.
He signed on with the Jets to a futures contract back in January. Campbell was waived coming out of the preseason and caught on with the Chargers’ practice squad. He’s bounced on and off their active roster this season.
During his four-year career in the CFL, Campbell recorded 53 total tackles, one sack, four interceptions, two forced fumbles, and scored three defensie touchdowns.