Cabot’s source added that the idea of a quarterback competition between Campbell and Brandon Weeden is “more than just lip service.”
Weeden will enter offseason workouts as the team’s No. 1 quarterback, but head coach Rob Chudzinski mentioned that Campbell can expect to see some reps with the first-team unit as well.
“It’s early in the process,” Chudzinski said.”Campbell will get some reps with the ones as well along the way. But this is a long, long process and there’s a long time between now and our opener. We’ve got plenty of time and this is just the first step.”
“If Campbell looks significantly better during camp, they won’t hesitate to start him on opening day,” writes Cabot.