Found February 08, 2013 on Checkdown Chatter:

In the days leading up to the Super Bowl Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome indicated that the outcome of the game would have no impact on the contract offer impending free agent quarterback Joe Flacco was about to receive... the emotionless statement makes sense and seems to be playing out in the early days of negotiation opportunities. If a deal isn't reached expect to see him with a non-exclusive franchise contract...

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