Jason Campbell's nomadic journey through the landscape of the 21st century NFL continues.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Campbell has reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals, according to a source who has spoken to the player.
Campbell spent last season with the Cleveland Browns, making eight starts (1-7) and finished with 11 touchdowns, eight interceptions, 2,015 passing yards and a 76.9 passer rating. Before Cleveland, Campbell spent time with the Chicago Bears (2012), Raiders (2010 to 2011) and Washington Redskins (2005 to 2009).
Campbell found success under Jackson in Oakland, posting a passer rating above 84.0 in both seasons and leading the Raiders to a 11-7 mark in his starts. A broken collarbone sustained midway through the 2011 season led to Jackson's fateful decision to acquire Carson Palmer in a trade from the Bengals.