Jason Campbell

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  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Report: QB Jason Campbell set to retire

    Quarterback Jason Campbell is planning to retire, per NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. The 10-year veteran has yet to make his decision official, however. Campbell spent the 2014 season as the backup with Cincinnati, but he last earned significant playing time with Cleveland the previous year. If he indeed calls it a career, he will finish it with 16,771 yards, 87 touchdowns and 60 interceptions. He served as a full-time starter only with Washington from 2006-2009 and with Oakland in 2010.

  • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

    Marvin Lewis: Bengals' back-up QB job is AJ McCarron's to lose

    AJ McCarron will be the Bengals' back-up quarterback at the start of 2015, Marvin Lewis told the media on Tuesday. In a media appearance at the NFL Owners Meetings, Lewis said that the team may bring back last year's number-two quarterback, Jason Campbell, but he said the job is McCarron's to lose. "AJ McCarron has everything that you want in a quarterback, a successful quarterback in the NFL,' Lewis said, per Bengals.com. "We'll have some additions to the position that AJ will compete with and we just have to go forward that way."

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Marvin Lewis: 'No problem with Andy Dalton as our quarterback'

    The Bengals are sticking with Andy Dalton at quarterback and have no plans to bring in competition. But coach Marvin Lewis didn't exactly give Dalton a ringing endorsement. Noting Dalton, Carson Palmer and Jon Kitna have started all but 12 of his 198 games as Cincy's coach, Lewis said he prefers the status quo. "Fortunately, somehow I've got the right little thing on my shoulder that says, 'Don't get into a quarterback controversy,'" Lewis told the team's website. "That's worked from Jon to Carson to Andy. It's helped us have the success we've had and those guys have been good players, productive players. Even when they've left out of here they've been productive. It works."We have no problem with Andy Dalton as our quarterback. We don't have time to waste time with another QB. To not continue to press forward and get Andy better and to get whoever the backup quarterbacks are better. The quarterback competition. Where has it worked? It doesn't get you wins." The team hopes to re-sign Jason Campbell as Dalton's backup.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Andy Dalton not expected to face competition

    The Bengals aren't expected to draft a quarterback and are prepared to enter 2015 with the same three quarterbacks they had this season, reports the team's website. That means Andy Dalton starting, Jason Campbell backing him up and AJ McCarron as the developmental project. "He's our guy and we're not going to shy away from that," offensive coordinator Hue Jackson said of Dalton. Added quarterbacks coach Ken Zampese: "He was better with the intangibles this year and the ball was better coming out of his hand. You could see that right away when he came back from the last offseason." Jackson hopes the team re-signs Campbell, an impending free agent, saying Campbell "did a sensational job in the role we asked him to play."

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Jason Campbell all but set for Sunday game

    Bengals veteran backup quarterback Jason Campbell said Friday he can probably play in the Sunday preseason game at Arizona, per the team website. He has been dealing with a bruised throwing elbow sustained in the exhibition opener. Campbell declared himself fine after throwing freely in practice Wednesday.

  • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

    Jeremy Hill, four other injured Bengals practice

    Five notable Bengals players practiced Tuesday, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports: running back Jeremy Hill (shoulder), linebacker Sean Porter (knee), cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (hip), quarterback Jason Campbell (elbow) and offensive lineman Andre Smith (concussion protocol).

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Jason Campbell iffy with bruised elbow

    Bengals backup quarterback Jason Campbell threw the ball well in Monday's practice despite his bruised throwing elbow, reports the team's website. But it's unclear if Campbell will be able to play Sunday against Arizona. Campbell missed the second preseason game and couldn't have played even if it had been a regular-season contest.

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Bengals unveil inactives for Week 2 of preseason

    According to the team's official website, the following players will not dress for the Bengals against the Colts Saturday night: Wide receiver Marvin Jones, offensive lineman Andre Smith, defensive end Dontay Moch, cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick, defensive tackle Geno Atkins, tight end Tyler Eifert, quarterback Jason Campbell and linebacker Sean Porter.

  • by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

    Jason Campbell bruises arm in preseason opener

    Bengals quarterback Jason Campbell came away from Thursday's preseason debut with a deep bruise on his throwing arm, the team announced Saturday. Campbell will likely be held out of practice through this week, and is unlikely to play in Saturday's preseason game against the Jets. Head coach Marvin Lewis expects Campbell back following that game.

  • by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Bengals draft A.J. McCarron

    With pick No. 164 in the NFL Draft, the Bengals selected quarterback A.J. McCarron from Alabama. McCarron will compete with Jason Campbell to be the No. 2 quarterback behind starter Andy Dalton. Even though Dalton is entering the final year of his contract, McCarron is not in line to start any time soon unless Dalton leaves as a free agent, which isn't likely. McCarron had a standout senior campaign in 2013, winning the Maxwell Award (college football player of the year), the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and finishing second in the Heisman Trophy voting. He set the Alabama record for passing yards after throwing for 3,063 yards, 28 touchdowns and seven interceptions in 13 starts. He had a 36-4 record in 40 career starts with all four losses coming to opponents ranked in the Top 15.

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