In the crucial battle for the top spot in the North Division of the American League, Baltimore Ravens can only choose to start with a quarterback who just signed 10 days ago.
On Saturday, quarterback Tyler Huntley was added to the new crown reserve list after testing positive for the new crown. Baltimore Ravens signed Johnson from the New York Jets training lineup on 12.15, and the 35-year-old veteran was in the top starting position.
Johnson hasn’t started a game for 3 years, but he is the only quarterback on the Baltimore Ravens roster who is healthy and can play. Jackson has not joined training after an ankle injury, and Chris Streveler is still on the new crown reserve list.
Johnson started 8 games in 7 years of his career, with a record of 1-7. He has a career pass completion rate of 56.5%, a total of 1966 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions.