Terrell Suggs isn't the only Raven to hit the silver screen.
The Baltimore Sun reported Saturday that Joe Flacco has agreed to portrait legendary Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas in the upcoming film, "Unitas We Stand."
Flacco will play Unitas in the final scenes, centered around the Colts' 1958 championship game victory over the Giants.
The film was co-written by Unitas' son, Joe, who believes Flacco is the right man for the role.
"Obviously, the Baltimore ties are very important to me," Unitas said. "I think it's great that Joe just won the Super Bowl with the Ravens and was Most Valuable Player in the game. A lot of the way Joe plays and his demeanor reminds me a lot of my dad. He's not a rah-rah guy. He throws a touchdown and maybe there's a little fist pump. He understands his job is all about winning and he does a phenomenal job leading the offense and the team and obviously they've developed a lot of trust after becoming a champion. He's an awesome teammate and gre...