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QB Campbell Says He Wants to Stay in DC

The Washington Times reports that Jason Campbell is all for staying with the Redskins, this despite all the talk of the team looking to either draft a QB or possibly make a trade for Jay Cutler. Here is the report in today’s edition:

Knowing full well his on-field actions and not off-field words will determine his future as the Washington Redskins’ quarterback, Jason Campbell nonetheless remains unequivocal in his desire to stay with the franchise that drafted him four years ago. But do the Redskins, despite their purported pursuit of Denver’s Jay Cutler and the fact they are working out Southern California’s Mark Sanchez, want Campbell? “That’s up to them,” he said after a workout Tuesday at Redskin Park.

“I definitely want to stay here. I like the D.C. area, and I like the fan support. I do think we’re a team that can win in the near future, and I do think we’re a team whose turn it will be to rip off wins year after year after year. “Hopefully I can do things so they can know I’m their guy and I can take us where they want to go. I would like to get to the point where I know they really trust me.” Campbell, 16-20 since taking over the starting job in November 2006, enters the final season of his five-year contract with a salary cap number of $3.89 million.

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