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Campbell Out For A Month With Knee Injury

       Washington Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell is placed on a stretcher to be transported off the field after being injured in the second quarter of their NFL football game against the Chicago Bears, played Thursday night. 

As expected, and as reported by NFL Network’s Adam Schefter, Washington Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell will miss a month with a dislocated patella tendon; the injury was suffered on Thursday night in the Skins’ win over the Chicago Bears.  It is more than likely that Campbell will miss the rest of the regular season and may only return assuming Washington makes the playoffs.

Even with that scenario, Campbell, as a practical matter, may be held out of the first playoff game.  Which would mean that backup QB Todd Collins would be the starter until Campbell returns.


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