The Cleveland Browns direction regarding one of their quarterbacks will be known soon.
Jason Campbell is due a $250,000 roster bonus on Thursday. If the Browns choose not to pay the bonus, he will be released. Campbell told ESPN's Josina Anderson he does not know what will happen.
"Right now I'm just anxious to know what the Browns are going to do," Campbell said. "If I'm going to be back, I'd like to be able to prepare for that. If I'm not returning, my agent can get to work on my next move."
Campbell signed a two-year contract a year ago in hopes of reviving his career. Injuries and performance led to the Browns giving him eight starts. He completed 56.8 percent with 11 touchdowns and eight interceptions, but the Browns won only one of his starts.
It would not be at all surprising if new coach Mike Pettine seeks a new backup quarterback.