By Chris Mascaro
November 25, 2013

Brandon Weeden (Matt Sullivan/Getty Images) Brandon Weeden has completed 51.5 percent of his passes with six TDs and seven INTs this season. (Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

Brandon Weeden will start for the Browns in Sunday's game against the Jaguars even though Jason Campbell has yet to be ruled out with a concussion, head coach Rob Chudzinski said Monday afternoon.

Chudzinski also said the Browns are looking to bring in another quarterback and that "there's a good chance" they'll have one before Sunday. He said Campbell will go through the NFL's concussion protocol in the coming days and then they will decide their course of action.

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Chudzinski said he thinks Weeden still has confidence in himself despite getting booed by his home fans and teammates saying Campbell's injury deflated the team.

Despite being 4-7, the Browns are still in the hunt for a playoff spot in the muddled AFC. Three of Cleveland's wins came with Brian Hoyer under center, but he is out for the season with a torn ACL.

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