Ravens sign veteran QB Josh Johnson

The Baltimore Ravens signed quarterback Lamar Jackson to a five-year mega extension on the first night of the 2023 draft. The deal will ensure that Jackson stays entrenched as Baltimore’s starting quarterback for the foreseeable future, but that doesn’t mean they’re done adding at the position.

On Monday, the Ravens brought back a familiar face by signing quarterback Josh Johnson. This will be Johnson’s third stint with Baltimore, and the veteran has played for an NFL-record 14 teams, most recently the San Francisco 49ers. He will bring experience to a relatively young Ravens’ quarterback room.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire