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Jason Campbell has clubs interested in him competing for a starting spot

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PHOENIX -- Jason Campbell may get what he wants: a chance to compete for a starting spot.

There are clubs interested in signing Campbell to compete to be the starter while others - like the Bears - want him as a backup, according to a league source said. Campbell Throw.jpg

Currently, the clubs with the most unsettled starting quarterbacks are the New York Jets (Mark Sanchez), Cleveland Browns (Brandon Weeden), Jacksonville Jaguars (Blaine Gabbert), Tennessee Titans (Jake Locker), Philadelphia Eagles (Nick Foles), and Arizona Cardinals (Drew Stanton).

The Bears are believed to remain interested in re-signing Campbell to back up Jay Cutler.

Campbell, 31, was 32 of 51 for 265 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions last season, but he lost his lone start against the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football.

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