Schaub, 33, given a one-year contract, has 90 career starts but is expected to contend for the job of backing up the starter, Joe Flacco.
Baltimore picked a sad quarterback to hold the clipboard.
Joe Flacco has a new backup. Matt Schaub, who spent last season holding a clipboard in Oakland, has signed with the Ravens, according to Peter King of TheMMQB.com. The Ravens had been looking for a backup with some experience, as the only other quarterbacks on their roster are the totally untested Keith Wenning and Bryn…
For those who continue to criticize Joe Flacco, you have to consider how much the Baltimore Ravens are investing in his targets. And lately, the Ravens haven't addressed the wide receiver position as much as other areas on the team. The...Show More Summary
Sports stars — they’re just like us! Take Joe Flacco, for instance. Sure, he signed a $120.6-million contract a couple of years ago after leading the Ravens to a Super Bowl win, but the guy still needs to carry around his infant son. And so it was that Flacco was spotted recently by a fan strolling about with […]
You haven't seen anyone carry a baby until you've seen Joe Flacco carry a baby.
The Baltimore Ravens return their top seven offensive linemen and re-signed starting running back Justin Forsett on Thursday. Now, the Ravens' attention has to turn toward getting quarterback Joe Flacco some weapons. The loss of wide...Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens will have a different backup quarterback for the first time since 2010. Tyrod Taylor, who was the team's No. 2 quarterback behind Joe Flacco for the past four seasons, signed with the Buffalo Bills, according to ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak. Show More Summary
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
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
Kubiak credits Flacco with his having been named the new head coach of the Broncos.
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 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
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
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
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…
Thanks a lot, Joe.
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
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.
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