Found January 27, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback Joe Flacco is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent in 2013, but odds are the Ravens will use their franchise tag on Flacco for 2013. There are two reasons for this prediction. The first reason, the Ravens almost always wait to negotiate big contracts until after the season is over. Take defensive tackle Haloti Ngata who received the tag in 2011, and Ray Rice who received the tag in 2012... Read more
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Ravens QB Joe Flacco is glad he's in the Super Bowl this year and not the next when the game will be played in New Jersey.  Flacco misspoke when saying at his news conference that a cold-weather Super Bowl was 'retarded'.

Joe Flacco believes playing a Super Bowl in cold weather is “retarded”

While talking to the media on Monday, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was asked what he thought about next year’s cold weather Super Bowl in New York/New Jersey. “Yeah, I think it’s retarded,” Flacco said, per the New York Daily News. “I probably shouldn’t say that. I think it’s stupid. If you want a Super Bowl, put a retractable dome on your stadium. Then you...

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Don’t expect any exciting answers from the Ravens’ starting quarterback leading up to the Super Bowl, apparently he’s a pretty boring guy. Joe Flacco‘s father, Steve, called his son “dull” in an interview with the New York Times. “Joe is dull,” the elder Flacco said. “As dull as he is portrayed in the media, he’s that dull. He is dull.” So, Joe is dull? We...

Joe Flacco Wants $20 Million a Year Contract

Waka Flacco Flames shooting for the MOON. It is understandable because his stock will never be higher. Coming off beating Peyton Manning and Tom Brady this is the time for ask for the biggest contract in NFL. Here is the report according to Pro Football Zone. ESPN’s John Clayton says if Flacco gets hit with the franchise tag, the Ravens will owe him $14 million in 2013. He’s...

Joe Flacco: 49ers defense is similar to Steelers

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Joe Flacco Hoping For Better Deal Than Peyton Manning

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Baltimore QB Joe Flacco is hoping for a larger contract than Peyton Manning when he becomes a free agent after the season.Fantasy Spin:Manning makes $19.2 million annually so it sounds like Flacco is hoping for at least $20 million. There's no way Flacco deserves to be paid as much as Peyton but guiding the Ravens to the Super Bowl...

Another crummy Pro Bowl in the books...and the Joe Flacco connection to Philly and Delaware...

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Video: Tecmo Super Bowl predicts 49ers win

While every year,  EA Sports releases a video of Madden’s prediction on who will win the Super Bowl, this year we have gone in a different route. Frank Schwab at Yahoo!’s Shutdown Corner, found a video of a Tecmo Super Bowl prediction. According to the Tecmo Bowl prediction, the 49ers beat the Ravens 31-17. In the end, Ray Rice led the game with 72 rushing yards. Joe Flacco...

Mort agrees with Clayton that Joe Flacco could get $20 million per season

We mentioned over this past weekend that ESPN’s John Clayton believes Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco may get $20 million per season with his next contract. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen agrees with Clayton that Flacco getting $20 million per season ” is not unreachable.” I think if the Ravens win Sunday’s Super Bowl, Flacco deserves to get paid $20 million per season...

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Super Bowl line moves towards the Ravens

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Some Hot Harbaugh on Harbaugh Action

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