Weeden's base pay this season is $757,000.
Campbell's is $1.5 million.
Weeden was paid a signing bonus of $4.318 million when he was drafted in the first round in 2012.
Campbell did not receive a signing bonus when he signed as a free agent in the offseason.
Weeden's guaranted money in his four-year deal is $7.511 million.
Campbell's guaranted money is $500,000.
Campbell's deal is two years for $4 million, including a roster bonus due in March.
Weeden's deal is for four years and $8.08 million.
And Brian Hoyer?
He signed for two years and $1.965 million.
Weeden ranks 12th on the team with a salary cap charge of $1.837 million, Campbell is 13th at $1.5 million and Hoyer is 16th at $716,000.
The Browns in total have $4.05 million in salary-cap space committed to quarterbacks, a mere 4.14 percent of their total salary cap.