|Oct. 13, 20159:08 AM PT10:08 AM MT11:08 AM CT12:08 PM ET16:08 GMT12:08 AM 北京时间9:08 AM MST11:08 AM EST11:08 AM CT20:08 UAE12:08 ET15:08 - The Buffalo Bills have signed Johnson in a move that raises questions regarding the status of banged-up starter Tyrod Taylor.
Analysis: Johnson was signed Tuesday, a day after coach Rex Ryan said Taylor was "beat up" following a 14-13 win against Tennessee. Ryan didn't go into specifics, but noted the quarterback will be monitored through the week as Buffalo (3-2) prepares to host Cincinnati (5-0) on Sunday. Johnson was signed a day after being released by Indianapolis. In seven seasons, he has 1,042 yards passing, five touchdowns and 10 interceptions in 29 games, including five starts.
|Oct. 7, 20158:32 AM PT9:32 AM MT10:32 AM CT11:32 AM ET15:32 GMT11:32 PM 北京时间8:32 AM MST10:32 AM EST10:32 AM CT19:32 UAE11:32 ET14:32 - The Colts re-signed Johnson on Wednesday as Andrew Luck recovers from an injured right shoulder.
Analysis: Indianapolis originally signed Johnson on Friday then released him Monday. With Luck still limited in practice and backup Matt Hasselbeck sitting out Tuesday because of illness, the Colts (2-2) brought back Johnson in time for Thursday night's game at Houston (1-3). On Tuesday, Luck said he was preparing as if he would start against the Texans. Coach Chuck Pagano said Luck has looked good in his limited work this week.
|Sep. 5, 201511:22 AM PT12:22 PM MT1:22 PM CT2:22 PM ET18:22 GMT2:22 AM 北京时间11:22 AM MST1:22 PM EST1:22 PM CT22:22 UAE14:22 ET17:22 - Johnson was released during Saturday's mandatory cutdowns.
Analysis: Johnson made his case to stick with a solid outing in Thursday's preseason finale against the Eagles, but the Jets opted to keep only Ryan Fitzpatrick and Bryce Petty as healthy quarterbacks on the final roster. Geno Smith will likely miss the season's first month after breaking his jaw in a fight with a former teammate.
|Sep. 4, 20157:05 AM PT8:05 AM MT9:05 AM CT10:05 AM ET14:05 GMT10:05 PM 北京时间7:05 AM MST9:05 AM EST9:05 AM CT18:05 UAE10:05 ET13:05 - The Jets backup quarterback competition heated up Thursday night.
Analysis: Matt Flynn played the first half and finished 10 of 14 for 136 yards with two TDs and an interception, while Johnson was 7 of 12 for 82 yards and had 76 yards rushing on seven carries.
|Aug. 27, 20154:27 PM PT5:27 PM MT6:27 PM CT7:27 PM ET23:27 GMT7:27 AM 北京时间4:27 PM MST6:27 PM EST6:27 PM CT3:27 UAE (+1)19:27 ET22:27 - The New York Jets have signed Johnson, adding another veteran to the mix of their quarterback competition.
Analysis: Ryan Fitzpatrick is the starting QB with Geno Smith sidelined several more weeks with a broken jaw. Fourth-round draft pick Bryce Petty is currently Fitzpatrick's backup. The Jets also signed veteran Matt Flynn last week. Johnson - a fifth-round pick of Tampa Bay in 2008 - was released by the Bengals Tuesday after A.J. McCarron won the backup job.
|Aug. 25, 201512:42 PM PT1:42 PM MT2:42 PM CT3:42 PM ET19:42 GMT3:42 AM 北京时间12:42 PM MST2:42 PM EST2:42 PM CT23:42 UAE15:42 ET18:42 - The Bengals released Johnson on Tuesday, making AJ McCarron the backup to Andy Dalton.
Analysis: Johnson was 11 of 21 for 175 yards in the first game, but didn't play on Monday night.
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