Chris Johnson will be back in Baltimore next season.
The Ravens announced Thursday that they re-signed the veteran cornerback, who was previously an unrestricted free agent. Johnson was signed to a one-year deal.
Johnson will return to the Ravens after the team signed him midway through last season to provide depth to the injury-riddled secondary. He was signed in Week 11 after cornerback Jimmy Smith went down with a sports hernia injury and Lardarius Webb was already done for the season because of a torn ACL.
Johnson, 33, played against the Steelers just a few days after getting signed and he forced a fumble in that 13-10 victory.
The 10-year veteran dealt with a thigh injury after that game and ended up playing just four games the entire season. He finished the year with seven total tackles and a forced fumble, and was primarily a special teams player.
He will provide depth in the secondary and will likely compete with Chykie Brown and Asa Jackson for reps at corner behind Webb, Smith and Corey Graham.