Browns QB Campbell relaxed as season nears finish

BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Browns quarterback Jason Campbell says he's trying to relax this week and finish a miserable season on a positive note.

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Campbell admitted to "pressing" in Sunday's loss to the New York Jets and said he's heading into the season finale against Pittsburgh with a different mindset. The nine-year veteran has been disappointed with his performances in the past two games.

Campbell said he spoke with his father this week and told him the only thing he wanted for Christmas was a win over the Steelers, who still have playoff aspirations.

Once the season ends, Campbell faces an uncertain future with the disappointing Browns, who are expected to draft a quarterback and will be making other changes.

The 31-year-old Campbell said he would be happy in any role for the Browns, who signed him to a two-year contract in March.