With Tony Romo sidelined with another injury, the Cowboys have been trying to add depth at the quarterback position. They recently did that by signing former Texas A&M quarterback Jerrod Johnson, according to Pro Football Talk.
Johnson, a Houston, Texas native, who played for Texas A&M from 2006-10, has bounced around the league since signing as an undrafted free agent in 2011. He has spent time with the Eagles, Steelers, Seahawks, Bears and most recently, the Ravens. Jameill Showers is expected to start the Cowboys’ final preseason game on thursday night and former Mississippi State star Dak Prescott won’t play, so Johnson’s stay in Dallas could be short-lived.
Johnson holds the Big 12 record for consecutive passes without an interception, with 242 pass attempts without being picked off.