So by now everyone knows it's all but official that the Jacksonville Jaguars are going to sign Todd Bouman.
So who is Todd Bouman?
Bouman is a 38 year old journeyman quarterback whom the Jaguars are expected to sign to replace Luke McCown, who will be heading to injured reserve with a torn ACL. This isn't Bouman's first rodeo with the Jacksonville Jaguars, however.
Back in 2007 when David Garrard was injured, he was replaced by then back up Quinn Graywho started three games in Garrard's absence. The Jaguars only had two quarterbacks on the roster at the time, and since Garrard was injured they reached out to Todd Bouman. Then offensive coach Mike Tice was familiar with Bouman during his stint as a head coach for the Minnesota Vikings, where Bouman played for a few seasons.
Bouman obviously saw no action in the 2007 season and was later released.
In the 2008 season, Bouman was re-signed by the Jaguars as the third quarterback behind free agent Cleo Lemon. Bouman was later released in final cuts at the end of August. Bouman then was signed by the Baltimore Ravens and spent the 2008 season on their roster, being release in March of 2009.
In the 2009 pre-season, Todd Bouman was again re-signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars after they released undrafted rookie Nathan Brown, as the Jaguars needed a third quarterback for the duration of training camp and the pre-season.
So, that's Todd Bouman. A career journeyman with six starts in his NFL career.