Cowboys sign Vikings QB Johnson to 3-year deal
IRVING, Texas — Brad Johnson signed a contract Monday night
with the Dallas Cowboys, who wanted a veteran quarterback to team
up with Tony Romo.
Johnson’s agent, Phil Williams, said the quarterback got a
three-year contract. Williams wouldn’t discuss financial details of
Dallas officials said they didn’t plan an announcement Monday
night regarding Johnson and didn’t confirm the signing. On their
Web site, the Cowboys reported they were “close to adding”
Johnson to the roster.