Quarterback will be in direct competition with Brandon Weeden to be team’s signal caller.
Jason Campbell feels he is has the potential to be the Cleveland Browns Quarterback next season, and will be given every opportunity possible to be named the starting QB for the team.
After being signed as the team’s backup this off-season, it was clear there was intent for Jason Campbell to eventually be given a shot at competing for the teams starting role at Quarterback, and it seems that the eventuality is getting closer.
Campbell is currently locked in as the backup to second year pro Brandon Weeden, however under the system of new offensive co-ordinator Norv Turner, Campbell is expected to flourish.
The 31-year old has experience on his side too, having started multiple seasons in both Washington and Oakland, before playing the backup role to Jay Cutler in Chicago last season.
It will be interesting to see how long this competition goes on for, as they are both capable of leading this new offence to high numbers next season.
It seems clear though that at this moment in time Weeden is the guy in Cleveland, how much longer that lasts for though is still a big question for the coaching staff.