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Less than a month after winning the Super Bowl, the Baltimore Ravens have reached a historic deal to keep their sudden-star QB.
It was reported by various outlets Friday evening that the Ravens and 28-year-old Joe Flacco have reached a tentative agreement of a deal in excess of 6 years and $120 million. Such a contract would be the richest in NFL history. Jay Glazer of FOX Sports was the first reporter to initially scoop that a deal was in place.
Flacco was the 18th overall selection in the 2008 NFL Draft out of Delaware. He’s made the playoffs in all five of his seasons with the Ravens, winning at least one game each year. Over the past four seasons, his regular season numbers have been quite consistent: He’s averaged 60.7% completion, 87.6 QB rating, 3,666 yards, 22 TDs and 11 INTs.
He then took it up an extra notch in helping the Ravens sweep from the Wild Card round to the Vince Lombardi Trophy. In those four playoff games his stats were the following: 57.9% completion, 117.2 QB...
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Much to the surprise of no one, recently crowned Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco signed a big deal with the Baltimore Ravens which, in the fantasy world, is actually not big news. Or at least not as big as his eyebrows. Seriously, have you seen what he used to look like in college? The ladies must’ve been all over him…with wax strips. I think Joe Flacco could’ve made a great...
Joe Flacco's new deal with the Baltimore Ravens is worth $120.6 million over six years, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.Fantasy Spin:The contract makes Flacco the highest-paid player in NFL history. Flacco may have proven himself as a clutch player in winning the Super Bowl but he hasn't put up the regular season stats to warrant taking him as a top 10 fantasy quarterback.
Steve Young is a Hall of Famer, and one of the best to play the quarterback position. Young knows what quality quarterback play is, and is opinion is always valued.
Young spoke about the historic contract Joe Flacco will sign on Monday, making him the highest paid player in NFL history, and according to USA Today, Young says Flacco deserves every dollar he gets.
“Joe is worth...
Fresh off winning the Super Bowl, the Baltimore Ravens wanted to make sure they locked up their starting quarterback. Joe Flacco and the Ravens agreed to a six year deal worth approximately $120.6 million. Flacco's annual salary will be $20.1, making him the highest paid player in the league.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, talks between the Baltimore Ravens and Joe Flacco’s agent Joe Linta are ongoing. He says a deal can get done very soon or could take some time.
The Ravens will have until Monday (March 4th) to get a deal done with Flacco before they’ll be forced to place the franchise tag on him. If they use the exclusive tag, it will cost them $19.6 million...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By BARRY WILNER AP Pro Football Writer Joe Flacco's impeccable timing earned him the richest contract for a quarterback in NFL history. That doesn't mean he's the game's best QB.
Flacco agreed to a six-year, $120.6 million deal Friday after leading the Baltimore Ravens to the Super Bowl title. He gambled by playing out his five-year rookie...
Now, since Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback Joe Flacco will get paid, will he finally gain some respect?
The report on Flacco’s signing was released by FOX Sports. However, according to ESPN, Flacco and the Ravens agreed to six-year, $120 million deal Friday. Let the debate begin: does Joe Cool deserve the great deal he has, reportedly, agreed to?
Flacco is the...
Aaron Rodgers' brother calls out Joe Flacco on Ravens QB's huge new
According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, the Baltimore Ravens and quarterback Joe Flacco have agreed to terms on a long-term contract.
The deal will be officially signed on Monday.
This is huge for the Ravens because they can now focus on signing other free agents on their roster, like safety Ed Reed and linebacker Dannell Elerbe.
As soon as we get the terms of the contract, we’ll...
A look at some of the top story lines in the AFC North as the NFL free agency period looms on the horizon:Baltimore - The Ravens made quarterback Joe Flacco the highest-paid quarterback in NFL history, signing him to a six-year, $120 million contract. The move was seen by many as not only the right thing to do, but also necessary.The problem for the Ravens is that they still have...