Veteran quarterback Jason Campbell is reportedly leaning towards retirement, reports Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com. According to the writer, the 33-year-old has rejected “multiple opportunities to sign a contract” for next season, including apparent offers from the Ravens and Bengals.
The former first-round pick spent the first four seasons of his career with Washington, tossing 55 touchdowns to only 38 interceptions. The team’s acquisition of Donovan McNabb made Campbell expendable, and he was shipped to the Raiders prior to the 2010 season. Since then, the veteran has bounced around to the Bears, Browns and Bengals.
Serving as Andy Dalton‘s backup last season, Campbell completed 11 of 19 pass attempts for 74 yards. His last starting gig came in Cleveland in 2013, when he threw for 2,015 yards, 11 touchdowns and eight interceptions in nine games. Throughout his ten-year career, Campbell had thrown for 16,771 yards, 87 touchdowns and 60 interceptions.