Josh Johnson

While journeyman quarterback Josh Johnson has only appeared in 37 games and started nine throughout his 15-year NFL career, he’s the owner of one pretty impressive and unique record that he’ll look to expand upon in the coming weeks.

Johnson has played for a record 14 different NFL teams throughout his career, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. And with the Denver Broncos releasing the veteran quarterback on Tuesday, he’ll now be looking for his 15th team in his 15th season in the league.

“Denver is releasing QB Josh Johnson, who has played for a record 14 NFL teams and now will be seeking his 15th team in 15 seasons,” Schefter said in a Tweet. “Johnson also has played in four leagues – the NFL, UFL, AAF and XFL.”

Johnson is the very definition of a journeyman quarterback and it’s led to quite a unique legacy. With Johnson’s latest move, the NFL world offered a variety of different reactions.

While the NFL world eagerly awaits the next stage of Johnson’s NFL journey, it doesn’t look like the Broncos are ready to let him go completely just yet. According to Denver Broncos reporter Andrew Mason, the team is looking to sign Johnson back to the team’s practice squad.

[Adam Schefter]