Skins to Look at Bringing a QB in to Compete w/ Campbell?


The Redskins had a hot start to 2009, but then fell on hard times and missed the playoffs. A player that had a hot start only to cool was QB Jason Campbell, who threw for 13 touchdowns and six picks in 16 games to go along with a QB rating of 84.3. Campbell threw for 3245 yards, 202.8 yards per game.

The team is thinking about going out and bringing in a QB to compete with Campbell, that according to a recent report in Pro Football Weekly:

Word is the Redskins are kicking the tires on some college quarterbacks perhaps a bit closer than they have in recent years. Jason Campbell’s job is not in jeopardy yet. But it’s possible that the Redskins will consider drafting a QB as someone who can put pressure on Campbell at some point down the road, perhaps in 2010.

One player that is already on the Skins roster is Colt Brennan, who was the teams 6th round pick last season out of Hawaii. Todd Collins is also on the roster, and don’t forget he played well two years ago and even played in the teams wild card playoff loss to the Seahawks. We’ll see if the team looks at any possible veteran QB’s in free agency.


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