Jason Campbell has been the Washington Redskins’ starting quarterback since 2006. But his role appears to be in jeopardy. Mike Shanahan says he does not expect to name a starter at quarterback before training camp, according to The Washington Post.

Put that together with the Redskins’ active pre-draft assessment of incoming quarterbacks and its signing of former Bears starter Rex Grossman, and it appears likely that Washington’s camp will be an open audition for quarterbacks.

“I don’t think you know until you actually work with somebody for sure exactly how they’re going to handle your system,” Shanahan said Wednesday, according to the report. “I think Jason’s handled a lot of different systems in college and pro. He’s a big guy, an excellent athlete and he’s a worker. So now we get a chance to let it unfold and see how it goes.”

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