The Washington Times - December 29, 2008, 01:03PM

Near the end of today’s season-ending press conference, Jim Zorn committed to keeping Jason Campbell as the team’s starting quarterback going in to next season.

Zorn also mentioned bringing back Todd Collins and Colt Brennan (who’s having knee surgery) back, and working with all three of them during the summer.


Zorn said he expects even more improvement from Campbell, who is coming off his third season as a starting quarterback.

“What I’m going to do is what I did last year. I took time with [Campbell] before minicamps started,” Zorn said. “Once the offseason program starts we’ll be able to do some scheme work. … His footwork was poor when we got here, it’s gotten a lot better, and it’s going to get a lot better this offseason because of the stuff we’re going to ask him to work on.”

Zorn also reiterrated that he doesn’t see Brennan unseating Campbell.

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More to come.

- John Taylor