Jason Campbell Has Class His Bosses Don’t Deserve

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Published: April 3, 2009


... be convinced that photo was taken after Campbell was told that Redskins Owner Dan Snyder and General Manager Vinny Cerrato were shopping him to the Broncos in exchange for Jay Cutler.

But that's not how Campbell operates, even though nobody would blame him if he did.

Campbell, 16-20 in his three seasons starting, has already faced opposition from his own organization. As the Redskins entered the playoffs in 2007, Campbell had finished recovering from a knee injury and could have started against Seattle.

Coach Gibbs chose to go with veteran Todd Collins, who had led the December surge that propelled the Redskins to the playoffs. Campbell didn't complain. He recognized that Collins was the hot hand, and that he was still the future of the team.

Well, at least, that's what we thought back then.

What's become apparent now is that Dan Snyder, after calming down a bit during the Gibbs II years, has gone off the deep end. Going into 2007, there were no g...

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