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Tagged: Joe Flacco (69 Results)


Broncos sign rookie QB Lock

The Denver Broncos and quarterback DREW LOCK agreed to a contract just before the deadline for the rookie signal caller to participate in training camp. Lock, the 42nd overall pick inMore the 2019 NFL Draft, was the last unsigned player from Denver’s rookie class. Lock is expected to compete for the backup role behind veteran JOE FLACCO heading into the 2019 season. Less

Source: Denver Post


Broncos rookie QB remains unsigned

Denver Broncos rookie quarterback DREW LOCK has yet to sign his rookie contract and could hold out instead of reporting to training camp. Lock was drafted in the second round withMore the idea that he could eventually become the Broncos franchise quarterback. For now, it looks like Denver will have to be content with veteran quarterback JOE FLACCO. Less

Source: Team Blog

Factoid: Hollywood Brown

What do we make of Hollywood Brown? Neat little receiver. Looks like he could be another DeSean Jackson. But the Ravens are starting Lamar Jackson, and that has me worried about their ability to get him the ball.  more »



Flacco wants Broncos to pass on first-round QB

New Denver quarterback JOE FLACCO does not want the Broncos to select a quarterback with their first-round pick in the upcoming NFL draft. Flacco believes in his ability to lead theMore team and would prefer that the Broncos draft an impact player at another position. Time will tell, but Denver has had several high-ranked quarterbacks in for private workouts. Less

Source: Team Blog

Fantasy News: Emmanuel Sanders

Emmanuel Sanders is a good, proven receiver. He’s got speed and route-running ability, he’s a proven commodity. At 32, there’s still some gas left in the tank. But can the Broncos effectively tap into that talent?  more »


Fantasy News: Joe Flacco

I’ve looked at Joe Flacco some. I will concede that there’s some flicker of hope that he’ll be decent, but I’m not a fan of the signing.  more »



Broncos to acquire Flacco

The Denver Broncos have reportedly agreed in principle to trade for Baltimore Ravens quarterback JOE FLACCO. The trade can’t be made official until the league new year begins on March 13th,More but Flacco appears to be headed to Denver. The Broncos also have 2018 starter CASE KEENUM and backup KEVIN HOGAN on the roster. Less

Source: Team Website

Around the NFL: Joe Flacco

John Elway won a Super Bowl the last time he brought in a veteran quarterback who'd won a Super Bowl previously, so maybe he's hoping to strike gold again. But Peyton Manning was an elite performer whose only question was the neck injury he was coming back from. Joe Flacco? That's a less-certain win for Elway.   more »



Backup role “no fun” for Flacco

Baltimore quarterback JOE FLACCO will back up LAMAR JACKSON in Sunday’s playoff game against the Los Angeles Chargers, just six years after he led the Ravens to a Super Bowl championship.More Flacco said on Friday that “it’s not the most fun” but “it is what it is”. Flacco is not expected to return to Baltimore next season. Less



Jackson continues to lead Ravens

Veteran Baltimore quarterback JOE FLACCO is healthy again, but rookie LAMAR JACKSON remained the Ravens starter on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Bucs. In sloppy conditions, Jackson did just enough to lead the Ravens and his fantasy owners.

Source: Baltimore Sun


Flacco doubtful vs. Falcons

Baltimore quarterback JOE FLACCO is listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons. Flacco was a limited participant in Friday’s practice as he continues to deal with a hipMore injury that has kept him out of action since early November. The Ravens have not officially announced a starter for Sunday, but rookie LAMAR JACKSON is likely to get the call again. Less

Source: Team Website


Flacco returns to practice

Baltimore quarterback JOE FLACCO returned to practice on Thursday for the first time since injuring his right hip in early November. He was officially listed as limited so it seems possible that either Flacco or rookie LAMAR JACKSON could be options for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons.

Source: Team Website


Jackson expected to start again for Ravens

Baltimore rookie quarterback LAMAR JACKSON is expected to start his third consecutive game when the Ravens play the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. JOE FLACCO has reportedly not been medically cleared to play, although his status could change in the coming days.

Source: Team Website


Flacco seeing hip specialist

Baltimore quarterback JOE FLACCO was planning to see a hip specialist on Monday as his injured hip continues to keep him out of action. If Flacco’s injury continues to keep him on the bench, rookie LAMAR JACKSON will continue in the starting role.



Ravens are going to be throwing

Baltimore rookie quarterback LAMAR JACKSON said on Wednesday that the Ravens are going to be throwing the football against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Jackson ran 27 times in his debutMore last Sunday but it sounds like the Ravens may have different plans for the Raiders. With starter JOE FLACCO still dealing with a nagging hip injury, Jackson appears to be in line for another start. Less


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