The Browns never stop surprising.
Late Tuesday night, the team announced it had signed quarterback Jason Campbell to a two-year contract. How this fits in the scheme of no stop-gaps is hard to figure, but it does give the team a guy whos been in the league seven years to compete at quarterback.
Which is something.
Then again, if Brandon Weeden doesnt win the starting quarterback job it would seem that the team is in big trouble. Campbell is 31, hell be on his fourth team and though he has size and a career quarterback rating of 82.5, hes never caught on as a long-term starter.
Campbell was Washingtons first-round draft pick in 2006 (25th overall) and started the better part of three seasons for the Redskins (2007-2009), going 18-27 as a starter. In 2010, Washingtons Mike Shanahan traded Campbell to the Raiders for a fourth-round draft choice, as Shanahan preferred aging Donovan McNabb to Campbell.
Campbell had a chance with Oakland in 2011 and was playing fairly well, but he hurt hi...