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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Bruce Gradkowski
Bruce Gradkowski knew exactly what he was getting into when he signed to be the backup quarterback for the Steelers.
As tough as it might be for them to accept, the Cleveland Browns were beaten by the Cincinnati Bengals _ fair and square.
For the first time in more than eight years, there's no Palmer quarterbacking the Bengals.
Max Who? Caleb What?
Five months after acquiring Jason Campbell to be their starting quarterback, the Oakland Raiders benched him in favor of Bruce Gradkowski beginning with this week's game at Arizona.
Bruce Gradkowski began practice taking first-team snaps at quarterback for the Oakland Raiders in a sign that he will start this week at Arizona.
The Oakland Raiders have pulled starting quarterback Jason Campbell after an ineffective first half of the home opener.
"That's the rule," Gradkowski said. "In this game you never know what's going to happen. You just have to be prepared, work hard and just wait for your time."
"Ben's the guy," Gradkowski said. "He'll find a way to make plays, he'll find a way to win a game and that's the ultimate goal. If I can learn anything from him I'm going to try and just keep growing as a player and see what happens."