From the Truman Sports Complex
The Cleveland Browns have made a change at quarterback ahead of their visit this weekend to Arrowhead Stadium.
Jason Campbell will get the start ahead of Brandon Weeden. Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski made the world aware of the change on Wednesday. Campbell will become the third QB to start for Cleveland in 8 games this season.
Campbell is an 8-year veteran who has played for Washington, Oakland, Chicago and now the Browns. He’s started 71 games and has a 31-40 record.
A first-round draft choice in 2005 out of Auburn, he has a 2-1 record against the Chiefs as a starter. Campbell opened for the Redskins in 2009 and lost 14-6. Then in 2010 he helped direct the Raiders to a pair of victories over the Chiefs, 23-20 in Oakland and then 31-10 at Arrowhead.
Overall against the K.C. defense he’s hit 43 of 74 passes for 473 yards with 2 touchdown passes and 2 interceptions. Campbell also ran eight times for 39 yards.
In his career, he’s a 60.8 percent passer, averaging 6.7 yards per attempt and throwing 76 touchdowns passes and 52 interceptions.