The Browns’ game of quarterback musical chairs continues, with Jason Campbell getting the start on Sunday against the Patriots.
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski confirmed today that Campbell will start after he practiced on Friday and showed no symptoms from the concussion he suffered on November 24 against the Steelers. Under NFL rules, the Browns would be required to sit Campbell if he has any recurrence of symptoms, so it’s still possible that he could be pulled. But at the moment, all indications are that Campbell will start.
“He looks sharp and hasn’t missed a beat,” Chudzinski said.
Brandon Weeden is recovering from a concussion of his own and will be inactive on Sunday. Caleb Hanie and Alex Tanney are the Browns’ other two backup quarterbacks.