Out At Redskins Park: Campbell Re-Signs

Jason Campbell re-signs with the Redskins. May Seek Trade.

Campbell, 28, will be entering his sixth NFL season. He has played in 52 career games (all starts) while completing 1,002-of-1,637 passing attempts (61.2%) for 10,860 yards, 55 touchdowns and 38 interceptions with passer rating of 82.3.

#17 Currently remains with the 'Skins. [Photo: CD Brown]

Campbell was originally selected by the Redskins in the first round (25th overall) of the 2005 NFL Draft. After spending the 2005 season as the third quarterback, Campbell took over as the Redskins primary starter in Week 10 of the 2006 season vs. Tampa Bay (11/19).

During last week's Donovan McNabb introductory presser coach Shanahan stated he was going to give Campbell every opportunity to find a starting position elsewhere in the NFL, adding if it doesn't work out, "Jason will come back to us going 110 percent."

The former starting quarterback is not expected to participate in the team's voluntary three-day minicamp that begins this Friday.

It is unclear if he will retain the same jersey (#17) number worn last season.

The Skins have also signed defensive tackle Anthony Bryant.

Bryant, 28, has appeared in nine games (three starts) during his three seasons in the NFL, totaling 11 tackles (five solo). The 6-3, 335-pound Bryant spent the first six games of the 2009 season on the New York Giants practice squad before being moved to practice squad/injured reserve on Oct. 20. Bryant joined the Giants as a free agent (1/20/09) after being out of football for the 2008 season.

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