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Possible Browns cap casualties. “3. Jason Campbell, QB (8th Highest Cap Figure) – After a couple of solid performances last season, Campbell came right back down to earth and looked awful by the end of the year. If Campbell is our starter at any point in the future, we are in big trouble. With that in mind, his future with the team comes down to, “how much money are the Browns willing to pay a backup quarterback?”
Because Campbell played 45.39% of the team’s offensive snaps in 2013, he triggered an incentive to increase his base salary in 2014 from $2 million to $3 million. Campbell is due a roster bonus of $250,000 on March 13, bringing his cap hit in 2014 to $3.25 million. He’s not worth it — I’d rather bring another veteran backup quarterback in, or draft a later-round quarterback and mold him into a backup. If the Browns cut Campbell, who is in the final year of his contract, they won’t owe him a penny this season.” [Pokorny/Dawgs By Nature] [Read more...]