CLEVELAND (AP) -- Jason Campbell is more interested in getting off to a fresh start with his new team rather than worry about where he might fit on the Cleveland Browns' quarterback depth chart with Brandon Weeden.
"There's nothing that's been promised or has been said or written. But I'm going to come in and help the best way I possibly can," Campbell said during a telephone conference call Thursday. "I'm not going to really get caught up in the speculation that might be going on."
The speculation might be tough to avoid, given that the rebuilding Browns signed the eight-year veteran to a two-year contract this week to compete with Weeden, who is coming off an uneven rookie season.
And make no mistake, Campbell's confident he still has what it takes to be an NFL starter.
"Yeah, I still believe I can still play that position," he said.
The 32-year-old Campbell has 71 career starts split between Washington, Oakland and Chicago. An...