Browns’ Campbell Cleared to Practice

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CLEVELAND — Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski told the media Thursday morning that veteran quarterback Jason Campbell has been cleared to practice.

That leaves open the possibility that he may be able to play against New England this Sunday.

Campbell was injured on a sack in the 3rd quarter of the Nov. 24 loss to the Steelers.

The coach said he will still have to pass some neurology tests to be cleared to play.   He has been very sharp in meetings so that is encouraging.

In the meantime, new quarterbacks Caleb Hanie and Alex Tanney continue to get reps in practice.

Brandon Weeden has not been cleared to practice as he recovers from a concussion.

The Browns take on the Patriots at 1 p.m. Sunday.


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