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Joe Flacco mentioned that he is “pretty optimistic” about finalizing a new contract with the Ravens in the next few months.
“I’m pretty optimistic, but who knows,” Flacco said, per Aaron Wilson. “This is a great organization. I don’t anticipate any problem.”
Last offseason, the Ravens reportedly offered Flacco a contract that would have paid him $16 million annually, but Flacco turned it down. It seems as though Flacco’s gamble paid off in a huge way as he’s now in position to command around $20 million per season.
In case you haven’t seen it already, Flacco made some great comments regarding his contract following the Ravens Super Bowl win. (NFL.com)
We currently have Flacco listed as the No. 1 player in our Top 50 Free Agents list.
Ravens S Ed Reed mentioned that he’s “not done” with football following a last night’s Super Bowl win.
“This is not it. I’m not done,” said Reed, via the Baltimore Sun. “I’ll reassess things the way I always do and w
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There was a time when the Baltimore Ravens did not seem certain that Joe Flacco would be the quarterback of their future. Of course, they never said this publicly, but the signs were there. Then, suddenly, Flacco led them to the Super Bowl. Now, the Ravens may consider placing the Franchise Tag on the young quarterback. If they do, Flacco will see a nice payday.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco had a hell of a game in Super Bowl 47, especially the first half, when he threw three touchdown passes and made his team seem unbeatable. For his work — and because the Ravens’ defense didn’t fully crap the bed and let the 49ers come back and win the game — Flacco was named Super Bowl MVP.
After the game, Flacco milled around...
Joe Flacco finished this postseason with 11 Touchdowns, 0 interceptions, a Super Bowl ring, and a Super Bowl MVP award. Sounds elite to me. So now that the season is over, attention turns to Flacco and the Ravens as they now have to attempt to get a deal done because of Flacco’s looming free [...]
Momentum is not actually a determining factor in sports. Nor is manifest destiny, at least not in the way Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis describes it with God wanting Baltimore to win and then making that outcome happen, by, I don't know, planting atrocious, goal-line pass plays in 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman's brain for that final decisive series.
Nice work, God...
Last year during the offseason, Baltimore Ravens' quarterback Joe Flacco was making wild statements about how he was an “elite” quarterback and the best in the business.He really sounded like he belonged in a nut house than on the football field.Flacco has been one of those quarterbacks that has seen more downs than ups over his career even though he manages to get the Ravens...
Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens withstood a furious comeback attempt from the 49ers, a 34-minute blackout and the Destiny's Child reunion to win the Super Bowl.
Ravens fans, you may now exhale, let out a sigh of relief and celebrate. Congratulations to coach John Harbaugh and the Baltimore Ravens on their hard-fought victory.
If you’ve swallowed your breath all game long, please resume back to your normal breathing functions. Though I understand the 2nd half of Super Bowl 47 will indefinitely be reminisced as the most exhilarating fifteen...
New Orleans, LA (Sports Network) - Joe Flacco unequivocally proved he belongs with the NFL's elite quarterbacks, while John Harbaugh showed that big brother indeed knows best.And for Ray Lewis, it was the ultimate ending to an absoutely illustrious career.Flacco delivered a lights-out performance -- both literally and figuratively -- at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and the Baltimore...
After last night’s Super Bowl victory over the 49ers, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed shouted that he’s not done yet, unlike his teammate Ray Lewis who’ll now ride off into the sunset after a 17-year NFL career.
“This is not it,” Reed shouted, per the Baltimore Sun. “This is not it. I’m not done.”
Reed also said he’s going to reassess things, but now is not the...
After Ed Reed picked off a pass from 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick a fight broke out. Eventually the scrum was cleared up with offsetting fouls on both teams.
A power outage at the Super Bowl put the nation's biggest sporting event on hold for more than a half-hour Sunday, interrupting an otherwise electric, back-and-forth game that ended with Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens as NFL champions thanks to a 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
Flacco, voted the MVP, threw three first-half touchdown passes to cap an 11-TD, zero...
Ray Lewis‘ career finished on a high note on Sunday, but another defensive superstar from the Ravens’ Super Bowl XLVII win appears primed for a return.
Ed Reed, whose name was swirling around the rumor mill this week, wants to finish his career right where it began in Baltimore. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said during his Monday morning news conference that he and Reed chatted...
There was a scrum between the Ravens and 49ers after Ed Reed made a huge interception in the second quarter. Cary Williams, in an attempt to get at a 49ers player, shoved a referee and for some strange reason was not ejected. Williams made some big players in the game, and deflected a few passes that would have been huge completions.This to me is pretty much inexcusable. I...
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