Skins Success More on the Shoulders on Campbell This Year

Lots of talk continues about Jason Campbell, and today in the Washington Post the word is Campbell is going to have to shoulder more load for the clubs success or failure this year:

As training camp opens Thursday, Jason Campbell plans to shoulder more responsibility for how the Redskins perform in their second season under Zorn, whose job security seems, at least in part, linked to the quarterback’s performance. And after Snyder’s recent pursuit of potential replacements for Campbell, this season could be his last with the Redskins unless he has a breakthrough year. “Yeah, you know a lot of stuff can happen, and I’ve thought about every scenario,” said the 2005 first-round pick, beginning his fifth season with the Redskins.

“But for the most part, I’m very confident in having a great year and just seeing where everything falls. I’m really not putting pressure on myself. . . . I’m not looking at this like it’s going to define my career. I’m just going to go out and play, but I am very optimistic. This can be a great year for us for a lot of reasons. As an offense, we’re going to be a lot better.”


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One Response to “Skins Success More on the Shoulders on Campbell This Year”

  1. JOHN says:

    YOU FUKCIN BUM YOU SUCK YOU DONT EVEN DESERVE TO BE IN THE NFL YOU FUKCIN LOSER CUNT PIECE OF SHIT GO KILL YOURSELRF YOU FUKCIN CLOWN YOU CANT EVEN DROP BACK AND THROW A FUKCIN PASS YOU FKCIN LOSER CUNT.