Created on Friday, 06 December 2013 Written by TOM WITHERS, AP Sports Writer
BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Browns quarterback Jason Campbell is practicing for the second straight day, increasing the likelihood he will start at New England on Sunday.
Campbell missed last week's game with a concussion sustained on Nov. 24 against Pittsburgh. He was cleared to practice for the first time since the injury on Thursday and only had to get permission from an independent neurologist before he can play.
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski is expected to provide an update on Campbell's status following practice. Campbell was replaced last week by Brandon Weeden, who sustained a concussion in Cleveland's loss to Jacksonville.
With Campbell and Weeden recovering, the Browns signed free agent Caleb Hanie earlier this week. Last week, they signed Alex Tanney off Dallas' practice squad last week. Hanie started four games for Chicago in 2011. Tanney has never taken a snap in an NFL regular-season game.