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Browns expected to release Jason Campbell

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03:35 PM ET 01.21 | The Cleveland Browns are expected to select a quarterback high in the 2014 NFL Draft, but first they will need to determine what they should do with the current signal-callers on their roster - Brian Hoyer, Brandon Weeden, Jason Campbell and Alex Tanney. Of course, it is hard to predict what the Browns will do in the offseason since they don't even have a coaching staff yet, but it is expected that the Browns will release Campbell. Campbell is expected to make $3.25 million in 2014, which is a price tag that is far too steep for a backup quarterback.

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January 21, 2014  09:47 PM ET

"Free at last, free at last...." J. Campbell.

January 21, 2014  11:10 PM ET

Minnesota bound?

January 21, 2014  11:17 PM ET

That's a shame. I always liked Jason Campbell.

He'd make a great 2nd-string QB for a playoff contender. I hate seeing him constantly end up as a stop-gap solution for franchises in disarray.

January 22, 2014  05:50 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

That's a shame. I always liked Jason Campbell.He'd make a great 2nd-string QB for a playoff contender. I hate seeing him constantly end up as a stop-gap solution for franchises in disarray.

He can play in the league. Back-up fits best for now but given a true chance, I think he's capable of being a #1. Seems like some other guys get the chance, just don't have the talent.

It's a shame b/c he may have been priced out of the league now too.

January 22, 2014  09:49 AM ET

He was horrible...just horrible ! It's like he had never learned to throw to a spot or throw a receiver open. See ya later JC. you were just bad!

January 22, 2014  10:00 AM ET

From what little I saw of the Browns this year, they probably should cut them ALL. :D

I wonder if any team (other than of course the first year for an expansion team) has ever done that - gone into a season with all new QB's between the draft and free agency? I would be surprised if it actually has happened, but if anyone would do it, it would be this management team.

January 22, 2014  11:09 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

From what little I saw of the Browns this year, they probably should cut them ALL. :DI wonder if any team (other than of course the first year for an expansion team) has ever done that - gone into a season with all new QB's between the draft and free agency? I would be surprised if it actually has happened, but if anyone would do it, it would be this management team.

Didn't the Bills go into the last season with all new QB's?

 
January 22, 2014  01:28 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

"Free at last, free at last...." J. Campbell.

My thoughts exactly.

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