TheRanchReport.com has learned that the Dallas Cowboys have signed QB Brad Johnson to a three-year deal.
Johnson, who chose the Cowboys after visiting the Denver Broncos this past weekend, will make $3.5 million in the first season.
Last season with the Vikings Johnson completed 270-of-439 passes (61%) for 2750 yards, nine touchdowns and 15 interceptions.
He is expected to serve as Tony Romo's back up in 2007.
Cowboys Sign Johnson
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