Cowboys released QB Brad Johnson.
Backup QB Brad Johnson is not expected back in Dallas next season.
Brad Johnson was benched at the beginning of the second half during Sunday's game against the Giants. He finished 5-of-11 for 71 yards and threw two interceptions.
NFL.com's Adam Schefter reports that how long Brad Johnson lasts in Week 9 against the Giants will be totally dependent on his play.
Asked Wednesday if Brad Johnson will be on a short leash in Week 9, Cowboys coach Wade Phillips indicated Johnson wouldn't.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones backed QB Brad Johnson on his weekly radio show Tuesday.
Cowboys coach Wade Phillips confirmed Monday that Brad Johnson will likely start in Week 9, but only after being prodded by reporters.
ESPN's Ed Werder reports that Brad Johnson's limitations in the downfield passing game may prompt the Cowboys to consider other options at QB this week, including third-stringer Brooks Bollinger.
Brad Johnson completed 19-of-33 passes for 122 yards and a touchdown in a Week 8 win over the Bucs.
Brad Johnson is expected to be the Cowboys' starting QB this Sunday against the Buccaneers.
Brad Johnson completed 17-of-34 passes for 234 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions in Week 7 against the Rams.
The Sporting News reports Brad Johnson will start for the Cowboys Sunday against the Rams.
Brad Johnson will take over as Dallas' starting quarterback.
Citing "multiple sources," the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that the Cowboys are actively shopping for an upgrade at backup quarterback.