The Ravens' review: 2012 season
To keep you entertained during the 2013 NFL offseason, blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will go back and review the performance of each significant Ravens contributor during the 2012 season. He started with the team's free agents and recent retires and will break down a new Ravens player every weekday.
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Chris Johnson, cornerback( Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun / December 9, 2012 )
GS: 1 | GP: 5 | Snaps: 102
Season in review: Johnson was signed after injuries to cornerbacks Lardarius Webb and Jimmy Smith. But Cary Williams and Corey Graham helped the Ravens withstand those losses and Chykie Brown played well enough to elevate himself above Johnson for snaps. He was active for just one playoff game.
Signature moment: Making his debut in a 13-10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Johnson punched the ball out of the hands of wide receiver Mike Wallace in the first quarter. The Ravens recovered the fumble.
Stat that stands out: 35.7 percent -- the catch rate for opposing receivers when Johnson was targeted.
Pro Football Focus grade: -1.9 overall | 0.1 against the run | 1.4 against the pass | -0.6 miscellaneous.
Outlook for 2013 and beyond: Johnson will be an unrestricted free agent and is not expected to return.