Record-breaking NFL journeyman QB returns to Ravens.

Josh Johnson returns to the Baltimore Ravens, continuing his rollercoaster NFL career.

In 2022, Johnson was signed and waived by the Denver Broncos but never played.

 Johnson joined the San Francisco 49ers in December and played 22 offensive snaps in two regular season games, going 1-for-2 for 10 yards and carrying twice for three yards.

After Brock Purdy's PCL injury on the Niners' first offensive series,

the 37-year-old played 23 offensive snaps in the NFC Championship Game defeat to the Philadelphia Eagles.

Johnson was concussed after 7-for-13 for 74 yards and two carries for two yards.

If healthy, Baltimore's former fifth-round pick won't play much in 2023. 

 In late April, former MVP Lamar Jackson inked a five-year, $260 million contract, with 2022 Pro Bowler Tyler Huntley expected as backup.