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Passing Yards
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Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 25, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 17, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 10, 2023 0 0 0 0
Nov 26, 2023 0 0 0 0

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2023
2022 10 3
2021 638 5 2 28 5413.5
3y Avg. 324 2 1 16 196.3

Fantasy News

  • Ravens' Josh Johnson: No. 3 QB versus Texans

    Johnson (coach's decision) is inactive for Saturday's tilt against the Texans. With Lamar Jackson and Tyler Huntley healthy, Johnson will serve as the team's emergency quarterback if both of the former two players get hurt. The veteran quarterback has yet to appear in a game this season.
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  • Ravens' Josh Johnson: Emergency QB for Week 16

    Johnson (coach's decision) is inactive for Monday's contest against the 49ers. Johnson has yet to appear in a game this season. However, if both Lamar Jackson and Tyler Huntley are forced out of the game due to injuries, Johnson would be eligible to play.
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  • Ravens' Josh Johnson: Emergency QB for Week 5

    Johnson (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's contest against the Steelers. Johnson will serve as the emergency quarterback for Week 5 with Tyler Huntley set to slot in as the backup QB behind Lamar Jackson. Johnson was let go by the Ravens on Sept. 23 but re-signed with the team two days later after clearing waivers.
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  • Ravens' Josh Johnson: Back with Baltimore

    The Ravens signed Johnson on Monday, Cordell Woodland of 105.7 The Fan Baltimore reports. After being released by Baltimore just a couple days ago, Johnson cleared waivers and is now back with his old team. There's recently been some ambiguity regarding who is the Ravens' top backup between him and Tyler Huntley, an important role given that Lamar Jackson has missed at least one game for four consecutive seasons leading up to 2023.
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  • Josh Johnson: Let go by Baltimore

    Johnson was released by the Ravens on Saturday. Given Johnson's status as a veteran in the NFL, the 37-year-old is eligible to re-sign with the Ravens as soon as next week provided he passes through waivers. Faced with a litany of injuries entering Week 3, the Ravens were forced to make the difficult decision to release their backup quarterback. Well-versed backup Tyler Huntley still remains on the team and will operate as the No. 2 behind Lamar Jackson come Sunday. It's possible Johnson could be restored as the top backup on the depth chart in short order if and when he rejoins the roster.
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  • Josh Johnson: Released by Ravens

    Baltimore released Johnson on Tuesday. Johnson had been competing with Anthony Brown for Baltimore's No. 3 quarterback job throughout the preseason, though both were let go Tuesday. That suggests the Ravens won't carry three QBs on their active roster. Johnson could end up on the practice squad as a depth option in case of an injury to Lamar Jackson or Tyler Huntley (hamstring).
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  • Ravens' Josh Johnson: Back in Baltimore

    Johnson (concussion) agreed to a contract with the Ravens on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Johnson's last NFL appearances came in the form of relief action for Brock Purdy (elbow) during the 49ers' NFC Championship Game loss to the Eagles, a contest in which the veteran was forced out early due to a concussion. Now healthy, Johnson returns to Baltimore, where he also logged stints in 2016 and 2021. He will likely operate as the Ravens' third-string quarterback behind Lamar Jackson and Tyler Huntley.
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  • 49ers' Josh Johnson: Won't return to Sunday's game

    Johnson (concussion) won't return to Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Eagles. With Johnson having been ruled out for the rest of the contest, Brock Purdy is back in the game, despite dealing with a right elbow injury. Prior to his exit, Johnson completed seven of his 13 passing attempts for 74 yards and carried two times for two yards while also losing a fumble.
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  • 49ers' Josh Johnson: Expected to remain in backup role

    Johnson will likely remain the 49ers' backup quarterback for Thursday's game against the Seahawks with Brock Purdy (oblique/ribs) listed as questionable but expected to start, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Johnson played 11 snaps on offense in relief of the banged-up Purdy in the 49ers' 35-7 win over the Buccaneers, completing one of two pass attempts for 10 yards while carrying twice for three yards. Though Purdy was listed as a limited practice participant Monday through Wednesday and will presumably be at something less than 100 percent health Thursday, he looks set to play through the pain for what will be his second straight start since Jimmy Garoppolo (foot) suffered what was likely a season-ending injury in the Week 13 win over the Dolphins.
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  • Broncos' Josh Johnson: Set to serve as backup QB

    Johnson was elevated from the practice squad Saturday and will serve as the Broncos' backup quarterback in Sunday's matchup against the Jets, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Russell Wilson (hamstring) has been ruled out from the game, which has shaken up Denver's quarterback room. Brett Rypien will get the chance to start his second career game, while Johnson will be active for his first game of the campaign.
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  • Josh Johnson: Added to Broncos' practice squad

    Johnson signed with the Broncos' practice squad Wednesday, Aric DiLalla of the team's official site reports. Johnson surprisingly failed to make the 53-man roster after seemingly running ahead of Brett Rypien for most of training camp. The veteran quarterback went unclaimed on waivers and will be on hand as a potential roster addition should Russell Wilson or Rypien have to miss any time.
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  • Josh Johnson: Let go by Broncos

    The Broncos are slated to release Johnson, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. With the move, fellow QB Brett Rypien slots in as Russell Wilson's backup, though Klis notes that the Broncos hope to re-sign Johnson to their practice squad.
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  • Broncos' Josh Johnson: Will start Saturday

    Johnson will start for the Broncos on Saturday in their preseason contest with the Bills, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports. Johnson drew the start last Saturday as well, completing 16 of 23 passes for 172 yards and two touchdowns against the Cowboys. With Russell Wilson locked in as the starter and sitting for all preseason games, Johnson is competing with Brett Rypien for backup duties. Between the second straight starting nod Saturday and his performance last week, the 36-year-old veteran appears to have an edge on Rypien for the No. 2 quarterback job.
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  • Ravens' Josh Johnson: Plays admirably in spot start

    Johnson completed 28 of 40 pass attempts for 304 yards, two touchdowns and one interception against Cincinnati on Sunday. He also rushed five times for 10 yards and committed two fumbles, recovering both. The Ravens were blown out 41-21 and Johnson couldn't do much as a runner, but this is still a fairly impressive showing for a player who only joined the team Dec. 15. Given the short notice, brief practice time and general dysfunction around the Ravens, no one could have blamed Johnson if he had played much more poorly than this. It's not clear what the Week 17 situation might be for Lamar Jackson (ankle) or Tyler Huntley (illness) as the Ravens prepare to face the Rams.
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  • Ravens' Josh Johnson: Week 16 starter

    Johnson will start Sunday's game against the Bengals, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports. With Tyler Huntley officially on the reserve/COVID-19 list and Lamar Jackson (ankle) not traveling with the team to Cincinnati, Johnson is now set to start Sunday's game, with Kenji Bahar slated to back him up. While Johnson is not a high-percentage fantasy lineup option in Week 16, he does offer an alternative for those in two-QB formats or who are otherwise scrambling at this stage for a QB for any reason.
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  • Ravens' Josh Johnson: Could start Sunday

    With Tyler Huntley reportedly headed to the reserve/COVID-19 list, per Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, Johnson is a candidate to start Sunday's game against the Bengals. In that context, Johnson is Ravens' healthiest available QB in advance of the game, with Lamar Jackson (ankle) listed as questionable after not practicing all week. Prior to Saturday's news, the expectation had been that Huntley was the team's likely Week 16 starter, but the assignment may now go to Johnson if Jackson isn't able to handle it.
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  • Ravens' Josh Johnson: Only QB at Friday's practice

    With Lamar Jackson (ankle) and Tyler Huntley (illness) both on the injury report and listed as questionable, Johnson was the only quarterback at Friday's practice for the Ravens, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic and Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network suggest Huntley is expected to be ready for Sunday's game in Cincinnati, while Jackson is far less likely to play. If things take a turn for the worse and both quarterbacks are out, Johnson would make a start less than two weeks after signing with the Ravens.
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  • Ravens' Josh Johnson: Signs with Ravens

    The Ravens signed Johnson off the Jets' practice squad Wednesday. Johnson reverted to the Jets' practice squad in early December and will provide additional depth at quarterback for the Ravens while Lamar Jackson (ankle) is day-to-day. Even if Jackson is unavailable for Sunday's game against Green Bay, Johnson should serve as a backup behind Tyler Huntley.
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  • Jets' Josh Johnson: Impressive in spot duty

    Johnson entered the Jets' 45-30 loss to the Colts on Thursday night for Mike White (forearm) with 13:24 remaining in the second quarter and completed 27 of 41 passes for 317 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. He also rushed four times for 18 yards. Johnson's highly circuitous career took yet another interesting twist Thursday night with a surprisingly productive showing in relief. The veteran was able to lead three scoring drives on consecutive possessions in the second half, finding Elijah Moore, Ty Johnson and Ryan Griffin for his trio of touchdown tosses. Johnson appeared to be on the verge of authoring yet another successful march when a batted pass led to an interception at the Colts' seven-yard line with 45 seconds remaining. Zach Wilson (knee) could have a chance to play in the Week 10 matchup against the Bills a week from Sunday, but if neither the first-round pick nor White are ready for that contest, Johnson would presumably be in line for a spot start.
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  • Josh Johnson: Reverts to practice squad

    Johnson reverted to the Jets' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transactions report. Johnson briefly took the field during Sunday's upset win over the Bengals while Mike White dealt with an issue on the sideline. Across five offensive snaps, Johnson completed two of four passes for 17 yards. In the event that Joe Flacco isn't ready in time for Thursday's game against the Colts, Johnson could bump up from the practice squad again and serve as White's backup.
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