First, these two tweets:
I thought Jason Campbell looked solid today and was impressed with him during his interview— Dave Chudowsky (@DaveChudowsky) May 16, 2013
Afterward, Steve Doerschuk at the Canton Rep had the following article.
I don't write this post to try to drive QB controversy, but there is something indelibly rewarding about Campbell's ability to perform like a professional. He's capable of leading practice sessions, making the throws that will develop his surrounding talent, and fosters a culture of accountability and preparation for young quarterbacks. The second year of Campbell's contract should be sweeter to fans when you consider the fact that if Weeden doesn't pan out this year (despite being given every chance to succeed) that he will be here next year as a solid professional to mentor a much stronger quarterback crop in 2014. Early returns are promising, to say the least.