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While the looming free agency of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has been the main story of the upcoming off-season, it appears another quarterback may be set to cash in.
Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers has two years left on his deal, at $9.25 million and $10.5 million respectively. Per Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press Gazette, GM Ted Thompson “appears more likely” to address Rodger’s contract situation this off-season as opposed to next.
With the average base salary of quarterbacks coming out to $17.24 million a year, Rodgers will certainly demand a deal somewhere in that area and he would most certainly deserve it.
While the Ravens decided to let Joe Flacco run his course and prove he deserves top quarterback money, it appears the Packers aren’t willing to risk such a thing.
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The Green Bay Packers may address quarterback Aaron Rodgers' contract situation over the offseason even though he still has two years left on his deal.
According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette, the Packers will likely extend quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ contract this offseason, instead of waiting until his contract is up after the 2014 season.
The reason the Packers should get a deal done now instead of waiting is because once the Ravens extend Joe Flacco’s contract, it’s going to raise Rodgers’ price, since he’s a better...
Joe Flacco got himself a very sweet endorsement deal. (Photo courtesy of Haribo)
It’s only fitting that the spotlight is shining a bit brighter on Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Leading your team to the Super Bowl will have that effect. It also means Flacco can help his wallet by signing some shiny new endorsement deals.
Flacco’s list of endorsement deals now includes...
According to Pat O'Brien and Steve Hartman of the Fox Sports Loose Canons Radio Show, they walked out of their hotel last evening in New Orleans to attend dinner. Who would they see walking down the street? A tall figure walking with a much shorter man. As they walked closer they were able to identify at least one of the men as Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. One...
Who is ready for more Super Bowl 47 odds? Earlier we talked Super Bowl MVP odds. Now I want to concentrate on Joe Flacco specific prop bets. There are a ton of different bets that have to do with touchdowns, of course. Here are some of my favorites.
First, I want to talk about Joe Flacco.
Total TD Passes – Joe Flacco (BAL)
1 Touchdown (+175)
2 Touchdowns (+250)
3 Touchdowns (+450...
Joe Flacco might soon cash in on his Super Bowl run. The Baltimore Ravens quarterback hopes to negotiate a new contract that will pay him $20 million per season, according to multiple media reports. Such a deal would put him in the financial ballpark with two one-time Super Bowl winners: Peyton Manning, who has a five-year, $96 million deal; and Drew Brees, who has a five-year...
This post season Joe Flacco has been making great decisions on the field, but his comments off the field about next year’s Super Bowl might come back to bite him.
When asked, the Ravens’ quarterback proceeded to rip the idea of a cold-weather game as reported be the NY Post.
“I think it’s retarded,” Flacco said at yesterday’s press conference before catching himself...
He's on a roll that could place him in the pantheon of NFL quarterbacks with a positive outcome Sunday. He's been in the playoffs each season of his NFL career and has piled up wins at home and on the road. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, however, won't declare himself one the elite signal-callers in the league, as Giants quarterback Eli Manning famously did...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, contract talks between the Baltimore Ravens and quarterback Joe Flacco’s reps will ramp up after the Super Bowl.
Flacco’s reps have told Rapoport that they believe he’s playing better than Broncos’ quarterback Peyton Manning who’s currently earning $8 million per season. He expects Flacco’s agents to shoot higher than Manning’s...
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco apologized for his word selection in criticizing the NFL's decision to hold next year's Super Bowl in an outdoor stadium at a cold-weather site.
On Monday, Flacco was asked about the game being played at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
''I think it's retarded. I probably shouldn't say that. I think it's stupid,...