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Former Browns QB Jason Campbell has reached a 1-year deal with the Bengals, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.  Campbell threw for 2,015 yards, 11 TDs and 8 INTs while starting 8 games.  He remains a solid backup and a better fill-in option than Cincinnati has sported behind Andy Dalton.  Of course, only 32 Bengals pass attempts over the past 3 seasons were thrown by anyone other than Dalton.  So don't count on Campbell seeing the field much.  But if he does, he won't kill the fantasy football value of WR A.J. Green and others.

Browns QB Jason Campbell (concussion) has been fully cleared and will start Sunday's game against the Patriots.  The 31-year-old has totaled 803 yards with 6 TDs and 3 INTs in 3 starts this season but still can't be trusted as more than a low-end QB2.   His availability is good news for WR Josh Gordon, though.  He's posted 125+ yards and scored in 2 of Campbell's 3 starts.

Browns QB Jason Campbell (concussion) has been cleared to practice on Thursday.  He hasn't yet been cleared to play against the Patriots this Sunday, but he's at least trending in that direction.  Campbell won't be a fantasy option this week, but Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron owners should be hoping Campbell is under center, rather than Caleb Hanie or Alex Tanney.  QB Brandon Weeden hasn't even been cleared to practice yet.

Browns QB Jason Campbell and Brandon Weeden were both held out of Wednesday's practice.  Neither has been medically cleared from his concussion.  Campbell seems like the better bet to be cleared before Sunday since he sustained his concussion back in Week 12.  If neither guy gains clearance, though, Cleveland would be forced to roll with Caleb Hanie or Alex Tanney.  That'd be bad news for WR Josh Gordon and TE Jordan Cameron.

Browns QB Jason Campbell (concussion) is out for Sunday’s game against the Jaguars.  That pushes QB Brandon Weeden back into the starting lineup.  The former 1st-round pick has completed 52% of his passes with 6 TDs and 7 INTs this year.  Despite a plus matchup, he’s just a low-end QB2. 

Browns HC Rob Chudzinski confirmed that QB Jason Campbell sustained a concussion in Sunday's loss to the Steelers.  He hasn't yet been ruled out for Week 13 but will need to pass through the league's concussion protocol.  If Campbell can't get cleared in time, QB Brandon Weeden will start against the Jaguars.  He's at least shown the ability to get the ball to WR Josh Gordon and TE Jordan Cameron.

Browns QB Jason Campbell left in the 3rd quarter of Sunday's game against the Steelers with a head injury.  He was woozy after taking a big hit and had to be carted back into the locker room.  He'll be evaluated for a concussion and is unlikely to return.  QB Brandon Weeden is in for Cleveland.

Browns QB Jason Campbell practiced Tuesday and said he'd be able to play Sunday if the team weren't on bye.  Campbell suffered a rib injury in Sunday's win over the Ravens but told the Akron Beacon Journal that it won't cost him any games.  “Right now, just sore but getting a lot better,” Campbell said.

Browns insider Mary Kay Cabot reports that QB Jason Campbell underwent x-rays on his ribs after Sunday's win over the Ravens.  Campbell briefly left the game in the 1st quarter but returned just a few plays later.  He ended up completing 23 of 35 passes for 262 yards, 3 TDs and 0 INTs.  He now has 5 TDs and 0 INTs on the season.  Campbell told reporters that he doesn't think his ribs are broken.  He also has a Week 10 bye.  He should be back under center for Cleveland in Week 11.

Browns HC Rob Chudzinski announced that QB Jason Campbell will start against the Ravens this weekend.  It was a pretty easy decision.  Campbell played well in a close loss to the Chiefs on Sunday, completing 22 of 36 passes for 293 yards, 2 TDs and 0 INTs.  He remains a low-end QB2 in fantasy but looks like an upgrade over Brandon Weeden.  It's good news for WR Josh Gordon and TE Jordan Cameron.

The Browns have named QB Jason Campbell their starter for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.  They're throwing in the towel on QB Brandon Weeden, who has completed just 52.8% of his passes with 5 TDs and 6 INTs this season.  Campbell has experience -- 71 starts -- and has decent career numbers: 60.8% completion rate, 6.7 yards per attempt, 76 TDs, 52 INTs.  Cleveland's passing game certainly won't lose anything with Campbell under center.  And it might even be an upgrade.  Campbell isn't a fantasy option, but WR Josh Gordon and TE Jordan Cameron should be just fine.

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