Raiders coach Tom Cable has tabbed Bruce Gradkowski as the starting quarterback for today's game against the Miami Dolphins despite giving every indication that he was sticking with Jason Campbell.
Two people from within the organization and a person in Gradkowski's camp confirmed that Cable is switching quarterbacks once again.
Campbell started the past five games, while Gradkowski recovered from a strained right shoulder. Cable yanked Campbell late in the third quarter last Sunday in a 35-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, but he said afterward that Campbell would start against the Dolphins.
The move comes a little more than two weeks after Cable and several Raiders officials bristled at a MediaNews report that said Raiders managing general partner Al Davis got word to Cable that he preferred to see Campbell as the starter.