Jason Campbell May Retire After Ten Seasons
After ten years, Jason Campbell is ready to call it a career. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Monday that Campbell plans to retire after featuring 10 seasons in NFL. Though it is still a plan with training camps approaching – not officially disclosed yet, also according to Rapoport. Campbell might rethink over his plan of retirement if any team decides to recruit another veteran in the training camp.
The 33-year-old renowned quarterback spent last season with Cincinnati Bengals as a back-up to Andy Dalton. This off-season Cincinnati signed quarterbacks Josh Johnson and Terrelle Pryor.
Cambell led Auburn to an undefeated season in 2004. He started in all of the 16 games in Washington in 2008 and 2009, and also featured as a starter in Chicago, Oakland and Cleveland, where he was 1-7 as a starter in 2013. During his 10-year career till date, he threw for 16,771 yards completing 60.3 percent of his passes, with 87 touchdowns and 60 interceptions.
Campbell reportedly rejected “multiple opportunities” to sign a deal for 2015 season.