Originally written on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 11/16/14
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, $100 million contract. Three-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady has a five-year, $78.5 million deal. According to Sportrac.com, Flacco is in the last year of a five-year, $29.75 million contract. If the Ravens don't re-sign Flacco following the Super Bowl, they could use the franchise tag to retain him. That would give Flacco a salary of approximately $14.6 million. Flacco is the first quarterback in NFL history to win playoff games in each of his first five seasons, though his postseason stats his first two years were unimpressive. This month, however, Flacco has been effective in the three wins that...
1 Comment:
  • Ya have a good year, and right away you think your in the same league as Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Drew Brees. ?

    Your a good quarterback, not great, good! your not hall of fame
    bound

    Seriously get over yourself.

    Any team dumn enough to pay this clown $18M-$20M needs to be horse whipped by the fans on the 50 yard line !
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