Joe Flacco was not happy with how things played out in his final season with the Baltimore Ravens, but the veteran is ready to turn the page and start his career anew with the Denver Broncos.
Joe Flacco has frequently exhibited class despite the disappointment over Lamar Jackson usurping him by taking over as the Baltimore Ravens’ starting quarterback.
The Ravens effectively ended the Joe Flacco Era in Baltimore with the decision this week to start rookie Lamar Jackson over the healthy veteran on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
A new wrinkle in the Baltimore Ravens’ offense — thanks to the arrival of dynamic rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson — has occasionally put veteran signal-caller Joe Flacco in the unco
Similar to the uncomfortable situation playing out post-NFL Draft in Pittsburgh with Big Ben and Mason Rudolph, it appears the same may be occurring within the Baltimore Ravens organization as well.
Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens squared off against the Houston Texans on “Monday Night Football.
Joe Flacco is a Super Bowl-winning quarterback whose pedigree is constantly dogged — mostly in a joking manner — over the debate whether he is an “elite” player or not.
Joe Flacco’s awkward slides while driving his surgically repaired knee into the turf are becoming an increased source of consternation for his teammates.
Joe Flacco and a handful of his Baltimore Ravens teammates got together on Monday night for some must-watch television viewing. Well, at least as far as they see things.
The Baltimore Ravens are 0-3 and are on the precipice (if they haven’t already) of a completely lost season should the team lose to the division rival Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night.
Whether or not Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly was aware of the ongoing joke or not, he invoked a much ballyhooed term commonly bandied about during arguments concerning the relative merits
Denver Broncos fans understandably were more than miffed when banners featuring the image of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco started sprouting up around the Mile High City.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has apologized for using the word “retarded” to characterize the concept of holding Super Bowls in outdoor, cold weather locations.