The Cleveland Browns are changing again, and in that regard Jason Campbell already feels at home.
Campbell comes to the Browns with plenty of stamps on his NFL passport, eight seasons of experience -- and absolutely no guarantee of anything when it comes to a role in his new stop. He operated the second-team offense last week as the Browns started their organized team activity practices, the first of four weeks of work that wrap up the offseason program.
The Browns have been non-commital when it comes to anything involving the game's most important position. Brandon Weeden is the returning starter, and Brian Hoyer was added last week after the first week of OTA sessions was completed. It sure smells like a full-fledged quarterback competition is coming as all involved try to learn the new offense being installed by new coach Rob Chudzinski and offensive coordinator Norv Turner.
"We haven't talked about (a competition)," Campbell said. "Right now, the coaches are working all of us ou...