This is how I see it: It doesn’t affect Campbell.
Pryor was drafted as a developmental player. Campbell is 29-years-old and he is entering the final year of his contract. Any team in that situation would be smart to add a young, developmental quarterback.
The Raiders have to protect themselves by thinking about the future. But I doubt the fact that Oakland drafted Pryor means Campbell is out of Oakland’s plans.
If Campbell has a first monster NFL season, Oakland will give him a big deal. If Campbell plays winning football and he has a positive influence on the Raider’s 2011 season, Oakland will likely re-sign him and keep him the starter for the next couple of years as it slowly brings Pryor along.
If Campbell regresses this season, Oakland likely won’t re-sign him. Then, it will likely add another veteran and have that player and Pryor compete (if Pryor is ready) for the starting job.
So, I think Campbell is still in control of his own future in Oakland, regardless of the fact that Pryor is now part of the organization.