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Jason Campbell biography

Date of birth : 1981-12-31
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Laurel, Mississippi, U.S.
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-12-29
Credited as : Football player NFL, quarterback for the Raiders, Pro Bowl/NFL Draft player

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Jason Campbell is an American football quarterback for the Oakland Raiders of the National Football League.

* Has completed 1,002-of-1,637 career passing attempts (61.2%) for 10,860 yards, 55 touchdowns and 38 interceptions with a career passer rating of 82.3.
* Finished Redskins career ranked sixth all-time in club history in passing yards (10,860), sixth in passing attempts (1,637), fifth in completions (1,002), tied for seventh in touchdown passes (55) and second in passer rating (80.4%).
* Owns the highest career completion percentage (61.2%) in Redskins history (minimum 1,000 attempts).
* Has played in 52 career games (all starts).
* Holds Redskins record with 271 consecutive passes without an interception (during parts of the 2007 and 2008 seasons) – marking the fifth longest streak in NFL history and the longest since QB Rich Gannon threw 277 passes without an interception for Oakland in 2000.
* Established single-game career highs in completions (33) and passing attempts (54) at Dallas on November 18, 2007
* Set a single game career high in passing yards (367) vs. New Orleans (12/6/09).
* Owns six career 300-yard passing games – 348, at Dallas, 11/18/07; 328, at Detroit, 10/26/08; 321, vs. New Orleans, 9/14/08 and 301, at Tampa Bay, 11/25/07; 340, at Detroit 9/27/09; 367, vs. New Orleans 12/6/09.
* Has five career touchdown passes of 50 or more yards – 66 yards to TE Chris Cooley vs. Carolina (11/26/06); 67 yards to WR Santana Moss vs. New Orleans (9/14/08); 50 yards to Moss at Detroit (10/26/08); 59 yards to Moss at. Detroit (9/27/09) and 59 yards to Moss vs. Tampa Bay (10/04/09).
* Made his NFL debut as a starter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on November 19, 2006.

2009 (Redskins)

* Played and started in all 16 regular season games.
* Named a team captain.
* Finished the season with career highs in passing yards (3,618), touchdown passes (20), completion percentage (64.5%) and passer rating (86.4).
* Had a pair of 300-yard passing games at Detroit (9/27) and vs. New Orleans (12/6).
* Completed 27-of-41 (65.9%) passing attempts for 340 yards with two touchdowns and one interception at Detroit (9/27), including a 59-yard touchdown to WR Santana Moss.
* Completed 30-of-42 passing attempts for a career-high 367 yards and three touchdowns and one interception with a season-high 111.9 passer rating vs. New Orleans (12/6)
* His 367 passing yards marked the most in a single game by a Redskins quarterback since Brad Johnson set the franchise record with 471 yards at San Francisco on December 26, 1999.
* His eight touchdown passes from Weeks 12-15 were the most over a four-game stretch in his career.
* Recorded a passer rating of over 100.0 on five occasions: vs. Carolina (10/11), vs. Denver (11/15), vs. New Orleans (12/06), at Oakland (12/13) and at San Diego (1/3).
* Connected on a career-long 84-yard pass completion to WR Malcolm Kelly at San Diego (1/4).
* Completed 16-of-28 passing attempts for 222 yards and two touchdowns with a passer rating of 106.5 at Oakland (12/13) en route to a season-high 34 offensive points.

2008 Season (WAS):

* Started in a career-high 16regular seasongames and completed 315-of-506 passes (62.3%) for 3,245yards, 13 touchdowns and six interceptions. His passer rating was 84.3.
* Was named a 2008 Team Captain
* Totaled career highs in completions (315), passing attempts (506), passingyards (3,245), touchdownpasses (13) and passer rating (84.3)
* Ranked firstin the NFLin interception percentage (1.19), which also set a single-season franchise mark, besting the previous mark of 1.54 held by Mark Brunell in 2006.
* Finished second on the team with 258 rushing yards on 47 carries (5.5 average) and one touchdown
* Completed 24-of-36 passing attempts for 321 yards and one touchdown with a passer rating of 104.1 against New Orleans (9/14)
* Tossed a game-winning and career-best 67-yard touchdown pass to Santana Moss against New Orleans (9/14)
* Completed 22-of-30 passes for 193 yards and two touchdowns, with a passer rating of 112.2, against the eventual NFCchampion Arizona Cardinals (9/21)
* Connected on 20-of-31 passes for 231 yards and two touchdowns with a passer rating of 108.4 at Dallas (9/28)
* Completed 23-of-28 passes for 328 yards (second most passing yards ina game in his career) and one touchdown, with a career-high passer rating of 127.4, at Detroit (10/26)

2007 Season (WAS):

* Completed 250-of-417 passing attempts for 2,700 yards with 12 touchdowns and 11 interceptions
* Named NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Detroit Lions in Week 5 (10/7)
* Completed 23-of-29 passes (73.9%) for 248 yards and tied a then-career high with two touchdown passes (Cooley, 7 yards; Sellers, 8 yards) and recorded a career-high quarterback rating of 125.3 against the Lions
* Tossed a career-high three touchdowns against Philadelphia in Week 10 (11/11)
* Completed 33-of-54 passes for a career-high 348 yards at Dallas in Week 11 (11/18)
* Sustained a knee injury in the second quarter against Chicago (12/6) and did not return
* Missed the last three regular-season games and one postseason contest with a knee injury (at New York Giants, 12/16; at Minnesota, 12/23; vs. Dallas, 12/30 and at Seattle, 1/5)
* Named co-winner of the B.J. Blanchard Award (along with LB London Fletcher) -- honor is given annually to a Redskins player who best helps local media do their jobs

2006 Season (WAS):

* Made his NFL debut as the starting quarterback in Week 10 at Tampa Bay (11/19)
* Connected on his first career touchdown pass to TE Chris Cooley at Tampa Bay
* Completed 19-of-34 completions for 196 yards and two touchdowns and finished the game with a 92.3 quarterback rating and no interceptions at Tampa Bay
* Directed first career win against the Carolina Panthers, a 17-13 decision at FedExField in Week 12 (11/26)
* Completed a career-long 66-yard pass completion to TE Chris Cooley at Carolina (11/26)

2005 Season (WAS):

* Listed as the third quarterback for all 16 regular-season games
* Etched his name into Southeastern Conference lore by leading a talented Auburn squad to an undefeated season (13-0) in 2004
* Was named Coaches SEC Offensive Player of the Year and Associated Press SEC Player of the Year, selected to the coaches All-SEC First-Team, Associated Press All-SEC First Team, a finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, finalist for the inaugural Manning Award given to the nation’s best collegiate quarterback, semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien Award and was named one of the 10 players to watch for the Walter Camp Award
* Finished his career as the all-time winningest quarterback at Auburn
* Finished his senior season playing and starting in all 13 games and completing 188-of-270 passes for a 69.6 percentage, which ranked fourth nationally. In addition, he threw for 20 touchdowns and seven interceptions; the 20 touchdowns tied an Auburn single-season record (Pat Sullivan, 1971)
* Named MVP of the Sugar Bowl after passing for 189 yards on 11-of-16 passing and one touchdown against Virginia Tech (1/3/05)
* Named MVP of the SEC Championship game after going 27-of-35 for 374 yards and three touchdowns against Tennessee (12/4/04). His 27 completions, 35 attempts and 375 yards were all career highs. His 374 yards passing was the fifth most prolific game in Auburn history
* Finished the 2003 season 181-of-293 (61.8 percent) for 2,267 yards, 10 touchdowns and seven interceptions
* Was named Most Valuable Player of the Music City Bowl after leading the Tigers to a winning drive in the fourth quarter against Wisconsin (12/31)
* Graduated with a degree in public administration in August 2004

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