Jason Campbell: "Every week is an opportunity to grow"

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Cleveland Browns quarterback Jason Campbell believes that he is learning every week with the team.

Jason Campbell has said that he has an "opportunity to grow" every time he plays for the Cleveland Browns.

The quarterback has been named the team's starter for the second week in a row, having replaced Brandon Weeden earlier this month.

The 31-year-old told the team's website: "Every week is an opportunity to grow. Just watching the film from last week, there may be one or two plays that you can't just get out of your head because you wish you could have those one or two plays back.

"It's the same as every other player on the team. I do believe that the more you play, the better I can get a chemistry with the guys.

"Our emphasis is to play four full quarters. We haven't done that just yet. In the games, we've played a good half or a good quarter. Our goal is to start to put together four quarters of football, be more consistent with what we're doing. That way, we can strive and move forward as an offense and as a team."

The Browns face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

Jason Campbell of the Cleveland Browns passes the ball during the preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on August 24, 2013
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