LANDOVER, Md. (AP) -Washington quarterback Jason Campbell left in the first quarter Saturday night against Pittsburgh because of a bruised knee, and linebacker Marcus Washington departed in the second quarter after dislocating his right elbow.
Campbell was hit flush on the left knee by defensive end Brett Keisel, who beat rookie free agent left tackle Stephon Heyer and stumbled as he kept up his pursuit. Keisel was assessed with a personal foul for a low hit on a quarterback in the pocket.
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Campbell was replaced by Todd Collins, who is competing with Mark Brunell for the Redskins' No. 2 spot.
Heyer was playing in place of Pro Bowl tackle Chris Samuels, sidelined by a sprained knee.
It was unclear how Washington was injured. Pittsburgh ran a running play in the no-huddle offense and was setting up to snap the ball again when officials signaled timeout. Washington came off the field and was holding his elbow as he was taken for X-rays.

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