Last week the Chicago Bears saw their 2012 backup quarterback Jason Campbell leave Chicago to sign with the Cleveland Browns. Despite the team re-signing veteran Josh McCown, the team could still be in the market for a veteran number two quarterback.
McCown spend part of the past two seasons with the Bears, serving mostly as the team's third quarterback, but did get two starts at the end of the 2011 season following an injury to Jay Cutler and overall ineptitude from then backup Caleb Hanie.
Campbell struggled last season when thrust into the lineup, partly due to a porous offensive line and partly due to overall bad play. In recent years the Bears have struggled without Cutler starting with his backups going 2-6 in his absence.
The team could always stand pat with McCown and could also draft a quarterback, but given Cutler's fragility as of late, the team could benefit from a backup quarterback that can help the team win games.
Here are four options for the Bears to replace backup quarterback Jason Campbell: