Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski has announced the team will start quarterback Jason Campbell, benching Brandon Weeden, according to Mary Kay Cabot.
The Browns have not had any success with Weeden starting at quarterback this season, sporting an 0-4 record. With Brian Hoyer starting, Cleveland was 3-0 before Hoyer tore his ACL against the Buffalo Bills on Thursday Night Football three weeks ago.
Campbell is in his first season with the Browns, previously having Cheap Knock Off Jerseys played for the Washington Redskins, Oakland Raiders and Chicago Bears. The former 2005 first round pick out of Auburn has never been able to make his mark as an elite starter, but he is going to get another chance under Chudzinski.
Last season with Chicago, Campbell appeared in six games and threw for 265 yards with two touchdowns and a pair of interceptions. The last time Campbell was a starter for a real length of time was 2010 for Oakland when he completed 59 percent of his passes for 2,387 yards in 13 games.
In a violent game against the Los Angeles Raiders in Chicago, McMahon sustained a season-ending injury when he was brutally tackled by two Los Angeles defenders. He suffered bruised ribs and a lacerated kidney on the play, but limped to the huddle and breathlessly called the next play, despite difficulty breathing and increasing pain. The players could barely hear him in the huddle, and when McMahon attempted an audible at the Cheap Kids Jerseys line of scrimmage the Bears receivers were unable to hear his call. McMahon was on the verge of collapsing on the field, clutching his flank and rasping in his attempts to convey his situation. Offensive linemen helped McMahon stand and leave the field. McMahon went to the locker room, and reported urine that “looked like grape juice.”