The Washington Redskins aren’t ready to part ways with their former starting quarterback just yet. Or are they?

Five-year veteran passer Jason Campbell signed a $3.1 million tender with Washington on April 12, removing himself from the free agent market. But now that Campbell is signed, the Redskins may be in the works for a trade.?

According to reports, Campbell was given permission to seek a trade after pro-bowl quarterback Donovan McNabb was acquired from the Philadelphia Eagles last week. When the 28-year-old quarterback and his agent failed to find a team willing to make a favorable offer to him as a restricted free agent, he decided to sign a one-year tender with Washington.?

This now puts pressure back on the Redskins’ front office to find a trade partner for the 6-foot-5-inch, 230-pound passer, who stopped attending voluntary workouts at Redskins Park after McNabb’s arrival. According to The Associated Press, Campbell is not expected to attend the team’s three-day minicamp scheduled to begin April 16.

Campbell, a native of Laurel, Miss., recorded career-highs in Washington last season with 3,618 passing yards, 20 touchdowns and a passer rating average of 86.4.