The Carolina Panthers.
The Carolina Panthers are in dire need of a starting quarterback that has experience in leading a team.
Even Michael Vick said he saw himself wearing a Panthers jersey just because they look awesome (Sorry, Mike).
Whether you like Campbell or not, he has been the starting quarterback for the Redskins for a few years now and has had the tough assignment of dealing with multiple offensive coordinators changing all the time.
He is a smart enough quarterback to learn his role within the John Fox style of football.
With Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams in the backfield he will always have a reliable back to pitch it to in dire straits.
Carolina is hurting for another sure wide out other than Steve Smith, who resembles Santana Moss a lot in size so Campbell could get used to him.
Dwayne Jarrett has not shown the star power he had at USC, however, I still feel he could be a good wide out. Not great, but good enough.
The draft this year would also be a place for Carolina to pick up a complementing wide out.
They need secondary help badly but more than one receiving option is crucial.
With a second wide out option, Campbell could gel into a good quarterback in Carolina.
He is a southern boy who attended Auburn and is used to the Southeastern United States culture.
He may never win a Super Bowl but he would be a safe and decent option for the Cats in Charlotte to pick up, now more than ever with the departure of long time franchise face Jake Delhomme.