Found February 08, 2013 on
Joe Flacco was on the Kelly & Michael Show this morning, making the usual post Super Bowl media stops. What was initially a dull, standard talk show interview took an interesting twist when Flacco’s height (6’6″) came up. Kelly Ripa got a little aroused. Then she asked how tall Flacco’s wife was. Joe informed us that she was about 5′, pretty close to being a legal midget. Kelly gets even more aroused: Wow, that’s gotta be a fun party! What followed was one of the most awkward silences in morning talk show history. They cut back to the shy Flacco with his head down, awkwardly laughing. Kelly kept going, playfully tapping Joe and continued to say: You know what I mean, Joe? You get it? Thankfully Strahan came to the rescue with the tension breaking comment, because who knows just how long Flacco would have kept his head down after that one. Filed under: Football, NFL, Video
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Joe Flacco is soaking up all the opportunities that come with being a Super Bowl champ, including nabbing a front row seat at New York Fashion Week.
The Baltimore Ravens quarterback and his wife, Dana Grady, had prime real-estate for Tommy Hilfiger's ever-preppy menswear collection Friday at the Park Avenue Armory.
''It was pretty cool. It was a lot quicker than I thought...
Who knew Joe Cool had a little bit of fashionista in him? I guess once you’ve won a Super Bowl, won MVP, and preparing to break the bank with a new contract you are awarded the privilege to rub elbows with the elite.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, was seen playing dress up with Tommy Hilfiger in preparation for New York’s Fashion Week. Flacco and his wife Dana,...
Joe Flacco didn’t want to take any chances in the closing seconds of Super Bowl XLVII. If San Francisco return man Ted Ginn Jr. broke into the clear on the game’s final play, he wanted his teammates to be prepared.
“If he starts to break it, go tackle him,” Flacco told Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta on the sidelines, as overheard by NFL Films microphones.
“I don’t know...
Joe Flacco's agent says Ravens must make QB highest-paid in NFL
AT ALL COSTS?
Sideline video shows how Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said he was willing to tackle 49ers kick returner Ted Ginn, Jr. to keep him out of the end zone near the end of the game.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he’d like to be the starting quarterback through at least the 2020 season. “I've had eight great years there, the last five as a starter,” Rodgers told the Green Bay Press-Gazette from the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. “Hopefully I can give them another eight-plus years of playing at a high level.”
The biggest buzz word in football the last couple years is “elite.” Michael Kay asked Eli Manning if he thought he was elite and Eli said “yeah, I do.” Then he went on to win the Super Bowl MVP for the second time. Right after that radio interview, Joe Flacco said that he was elite, too. Two years later he won his first Super Bowl and now many people want to say that Joe...
That is the opinion of Joe Flacco’s agent anyway. Who can argue with him when the stats are added up?
After the Baltimore Ravens’ victory in Super Bowl XLVII, Flacco has won just as many Super Bowls as the two highest-paid quarter backs in NFL, Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos and Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints.
With Manning and Brees 36 and 34 respectively, and Flacco...
Green bay quarterback and MVP Aaron Rodgers is entering the final two years of his current contract. A contract set to expire after the 2014 NFL season concludes. Widely recognized as one of the best quarterbacks playing, Rodgers will be looking to cash in on his MVP and Super Bowl championship soon.
With Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco set to sign a new mega-deal soon...
First off, Congratulations to the Baltimore Ravens for winning the Super Bowl. Once again the Super Bowl showed that truly any team can win the "big dance." As a team that stumbled to the finish line they were able to regroup and make one of the most historic playoff runs in National Football League history.Second off, the question is what it takes to be elite. To...
Obviously once a team wins the Super Bowl, their goal is to repeat the next season. However, a tight cap situation may make that goal difficult for the Ravens heading into the 2013 season.
The top priority for Baltimore this offseason is to get Joe Flacco under contract, whether that’s with the franchise tag or a long-term deal. After that, the goal is to get enough talent around...
Joe Flacco won the MVP award for Super Bowl XLVII, but Anquan Boldin was the hero who made it happen.
Boldin caught six passes for 104 yards and a touchdown to help the Ravens win the big game. But even with his impressive contributions, the reliable receiver seems unlikely to return to Baltimore next season.
The Ravens’ obligations for next year put them $5 million over the salary...