The quarterback competition in Cleveland just got a little more competitive.
Per multiple reports, Jason Campbell has signed a two-year deal with the Browns.
He joins a depth chart that currently includes Brandon Weeden, Colt McCoy, and Thaddeus Lewis.
Campbell spent 2012 as Jay Cutler’s backup in Chicago, after being supplanted in Oakland by the acquisition of Carson Palmer. Chosen by the Redskins in round one of the 2005 draft, Campbell has 71 career starts.
At 31, Campbell is less than two years older that Brandon Weeden, a rookie first-rounder in 2012.