Just one week after being cut by Cleveland, Jason Campbell already has a new job. The former Browns quarterback agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Bengals, according to ESPN.com.

The move will reunite Campbell with Hue Jackson, which is good news for Campbell because the most successful span of his career came with Jackson in Oakland during the 2010 and 2011 seasons.

Jackson, heading into his first season as the Bengals offensive coordinator, was the Raiders offensive coordinator in 2010 when Campbell went 7-5 in 12 starts. Jackson was then promoted to head coach for the 2011 season and Campbell proceeded to go 4-2 in his first six starts before suffering a broken collarbone.

Bengals fans might remember that broken collarbone because it led to the trade that eventually sent Carson Palmer to Oakland for two first-round draft picks. Coincidentally, Campbell broke his collarbone against the Browns.