Redskins Sign an Out-of-Work Quarterback. It’s Not You-Know-Who.

Sure, that is one other a kind of tales.

An N.F.L. workforce indicators a quarterback who has by no means succeeded on the skilled degree. And followers all over the place take a look at one another and say, “However what about …?”

This time, the workforce is the Redskins, and the quarterback is Josh Johnson. Washington is in want of a passer, having gone via Alex Smith and Colt McCoy, each misplaced with damaged legs. That leaves the workforce with Mark Sanchez, nonetheless greatest remembered for fumbling the ball after colliding with the rear finish of his teammate with the Jets in 2012. When signed earlier this yr he had not thrown a move since 2016.

Sanchez’s backup will now be Johnson, whose N.F.L. drought is even longer. A fifth-round draft select of San Diego in 2008, he final threw a move within the league in 2011, for the Buccaneers, and since then has been bouncing across the benches and observe squads of a number of groups.

He even suited up for the Sacramento Mountain Lions of the now defunct United Soccer League and was briefly on the roster of the San Diego Fleet, a part of the brand new Alliance of American Soccer set to start in 2019.

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