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Browns coach Rob Chudzinski announced Wednesday morning that Jason Campbell will start at quarterback Sunday against the 7-0 Kansas City Chiefs.
"Obviously Brandon was disappointed but he's a pro'' said Chudzinski. "I'm committed to doing whatever gives us the best chance to win. From a game plan standpoint I like the things that Jason Campbell brings to the table.''
He said Campbell's experience and leadership were the deciding factors.
"I'm looking forward to seeing what Jason can do with this opportunity'' Chudzinski said.
He said Campbell not playing in the fourth preseason game had nothing to do with him being passed over this season.
"He was real sick'' Chudzinski said. "It would've been difficult for him to play.''
He said he met with both quarterbacks.
Weeden is coming off his second straight poor outing during Sunday's 31-13 loss to the Packers.
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The Cleveland Browns have announced that Jason Campbell will start at quarterback this week. QB Jason Campbell will start at quarterback against the Kansas City Chiefs. — Cleveland Browns (@Browns) October 23, 2013 They should have gone to Campbell a long time ago. He’s the best quarterback they have on their roster. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post...
Wow, just a few days ago the Cleveland Browns were telling the media that they were going to give Brandon Weeden another shot. Well that didn’t take long, that time is over. Aaron Wilson of National Football Post tweeted that Jason Campbell will be the new starter this week against the undefeated Chiefs. The Browns […]
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The brief and disappointing Brandon Weeden era in Cleveland Browns football could be over.
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TD: They cannot trot him out there at home again. It will be a the ugliest of ugly scenes if they do so. My guess is they start him at KC, let him hang himself with more bad QB play on the road against one of the best defenses in the league, and prepare Campbell to start in two weeks against...
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