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Baltimore Ravens Rumor: Michael Vick A Free Agent Target As Team Looks To Boost Backup Position

The Baltimore Ravens are rumored to be looking at free agent quarterback Michael Vick as a way to bring some veteran leadership and a solid backup to Joe Flacco. Vick is set to hit free agency this month, with the New York Jets reportedly ready let him test the free agent waters. Show More Summary

Joe Flacco is elite and other takeaways from day 1 at the 2015 NFL Combine

Wednesday at the Combine we confirmed Flacco's eliteness, talked A LOT about process, suffered through some terrible player media sessions and listened to John Harbaugh explain an important religious loophole. INDIANAPOLIS -- You don't come to the NFL Combine looking for answers. Show More Summary

Gary Kubiak: 'You bet' Joe Flacco is elite

Kubiak credits Flacco with his having been named the new head coach of the Broncos.

Gary Kubiak believes Joe Flacco is an elite quarterback

Gary Kubiak's admiration for Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco remains the same even though he has changed teams. Asked at the NFL combine whether Flacco is elite, Kubiak said: "You bet he is. That's why I'm standing here today." Kubiak...Show More Summary

The Baltimore Ravens' Round 1 Big Board Before Combine

The Baltimore Ravens have routinely been one of the better drafting teams in the NFL. Looking at their current roster, their best players have come via the NFL draft. Joe Flacco, Terrell Suggs, Marshal Yanda, Torrey Smith, Haloti Ngata...Show More Summary

2015 Draft Is Perfect Time for Ravens to Finally Target True No. 1 Wide Receiver

The Baltimore Ravens had one of their best seasons on offense in 2014, with quarterback Joe Flacco less erratic than in years past and the run game rebounding after a disappointing 2013. The additions of free-agent wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. Show More Summary

Ravens believe Joe Flacco, Marc Trestman will mesh

Soft-spoken, reserved and even-keeled. The same temperament that many believe led to Marc Trestman's downfall as the Chicago Bears' head coach played a big part in him landing the Baltimore Ravens' offensive coordinator job this week. The Ravens believe Trestman's demeanor will mesh with quarterback Joe Flacco. Show More Summary

Ravens hire Marty Mornhinweg as quarterbacks coach

The Ravens continue to put an interesting collection of parts around quarterback Joe Flacco. A day after hiring Marc Trestman as their offensive coordinator, the team announced they were bringing in former Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg as their quarterbacks coach. Mornhinweg worked with Ravens head coach John Harbaugh with the Eagles, but hasn’t had much…

Is Marc Trestman the Right Man to Replace Gary Kubiak as OC of the Ravens?

The Baltimore Ravens have hired Marc Trestman to be their new offensive coordinator after Gary Kubiak became the head coach of the Denver Broncos. Is Trestman a good hire for the Ravens? Can Trestman and Joe Flacco have success working...Show More Summary

Here's why Andy Dalton got in the Pro Bowl over Joe Flacco

Why is Andy Dalton in the Pro Bowl and Joe Flacco's not? The answer's simple:Because Flacco had to turn down his Pro Bowl invitation.

Joe Flacco turns down Pro Bowl invitation

If you're wondering why Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was named to the Pro Bowl on Tuesday over Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco, it's because he wasn't. Flacco turned down his first Pro Bowl invitation because his wife, Dana, is due to deliver their third child today (Jan. Show More Summary

Joe Flacco skips Pro Bowl to stay home with pregnant wife

Veteran players can come up with all kinds of excuses not to play in the Pro Bowl (especially when it’s not in Hawaii). Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco at least has a good one. Via the team’s official website, Flacco turned down an invitation to be an injury replacement this week because his wife is due…

The Patriots need to find their pass rush

Despite getting the win, the Patriots did a terrible job putting pressure on Joe Flacco last week. They'll have to do better if they want to stop Andrew Luck and the Colts. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White explains how. I love and hate Twitter during the NFL playoffs. Show More Summary

Why Gary Kubiak Staying in Baltimore Is Huge for Joe Flacco, Ravens

In Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak's first season with the team, the Ravens offense took a huge step forward. Under Kubiak's direction, Baltimore's offense was vastly improved from its poor 2013 showing. The Ravens...Show More Summary

MMBM: Joe Flacco was too Elite and it cost him the game

The week's most important NFL column is back. We're required to remind you that these strong takes are SATIRE. Sorry, not sorry. All spelling errors are intentional, we think. -Ed. Wellcome to the Monday Morning BM,, just a word of warning...Show More Summary

Ravens' report card at the Patriots

Grading the Baltimore Ravens in their 35-31 loss at the New England Patriots: Quarterback: Joe Flacco did enough for the Ravens to win, staking them to three leads including two 14-point ones. He carried the Ravens for a little over two quarters, when he started the game 22-of-29 (75.8 percent) for 231 yards and four touchdowns. Show More Summary

Don't second-guess Joe Flacco's fourth-quarter decision

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Joe Flacco's pass that resulted in a fourth-quarter interception in Saturday's 35-31 loss to the New England Patriots is going to raise questions for a quarterback who had been nearly flawless recently in the postseason. Flacco surprisingly took a deep shot when it was second-and-5. Show More Summary

Joe Flacco Was Ravens' Best Shot at Victory, but Finally Fell Short vs. Patriots

There have always been two Joe Flaccos of the Baltimore Ravens — the regular-season Flacco, a serviceable quarterback with flashes of greatness, and the postseason Flacco, who approached the controversial "e-word": elite. Indeed, coming...Show More Summary

Joe Flacco on final interception: 'I took my shot'

Observed and heard in the locker room after the Baltimore Ravens' 35-31 loss at the New England Patriots: Flacco remained aggressive: Joe Flacco carried the Ravens for most of the game, but he came up short at the end. Down by four points,...Show More Summary

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