Why The Carolina Panthers Need Jason Campbell

April 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Carolina Panthers have been fairly quiet this off-season, other than the release of long-time starting quarterback Jack Delhomme, and his subsequent signing to a deal in Cleveland.
Meanwhile, the Washington Redskins have continued to make headlines with big moves this year, the most notable of which was the acquisition of former Philadelphia Eagles QB Donovan McNabb.
With the news of McNabb's addition to the Washington ranks came the natural assumption that former starter Jason Campbell's days in DC were at an end.
While Campbell has since signed his one-year, $3.1 million tender, it has been clear through various media outlets that the quarterback would be happier if he was traded to another organization.
Who can blame him, honestly?  After several unsuccessful seasons with the Redskins, having his head coach emasculated mid-season, and going 4-12 overall, a fresh start has to be on Campbell's mind.  Add to that having a division rival trade their v...

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