Browns' Campbell carted to locker room, replaced by Weeden
Browns QB Jason Campbell replaced by Brandon Weeden after suffering a big hit during the third quarter of Sunday's game vs. the Steelers.
Midway through the third quarter with the Browns trailing 13-3, quarterback Jason Campbell took a blindside hit from Steelers cornerback William Gay, lost the ball as he went to the ground, and remained there as the Steelers Will Allen returned it to the Browns' four-yard line.
Campbell laid on the ground for several minutes before making his way to the bench. A short time later, he was taken to the locker room in a cart where he was evaluated for a head injury.
Campbell, who left for one play in the second quarter after re-aggravating a rib injury, was replaced by Brandon Weeden, the Browns' 2012 first-round pick, lost his job earlier this year to Campbell.
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