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Joe Flacco will wear knee brace, may not play much in preseason

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco’s recovery from last year’s torn ACL and MCL has gone well enough that Flacco avoided the PUP list to start training camp and all indications from the offseason are that he’s right on track for a return to the lineup in Week One. It’s less clear whether he’ll be doing much…

Kamar Aiken caught passes from Joe Flacco, says he looks “the exact same”

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said earlier this week that he expects to be on the field for the team’s first workouts in training camp after tearing his ACL last November. That’s been the direction things have been pointing for some time, so it won’t be long before we have an idea about what effect the…

Romo, Flacco, Suggs, Nelson Key Returning Players

Tony Romo taking snaps. Joe Flacco hurling passes. Jordy Nelson and Keenan Allen catching them.

Joe Flacco remains on track for first training camp workout

Last month, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco updated his recovery from a torn ACL by saying that he expects to be on the field for the team’s first training camp practice. The last few weeks haven’t done anything to dissuade him of that belief. The Ravens don’t hold their first full-team practice of camp until July…

John Harbaugh Q&A: 'There's No Reason to Apologize in Football'

The Baltimore Ravens are coming off one of the most injury-riddled seasons an NFL team has suffered in recent memory. They lost quarterback Joe Flacco, defensive end Terrell Suggs, wide receiver Steve Smith, tight end Dennis Pitta, wide...Show More Summary

Marc Trestman says the Ravens are a run-first team

The Ravens are paying Joe Flacco more than $20 million a year for the next six years, but they don’t view Flacco as the focal point of their offense. That’s the word from Ravens offensive coordinator Marc Trestman, who says Baltimore hopes to be a run-first team. “We’re always looking at ourselves as a team…

Joe Flacco responds to false death report with hilarious tweet

Word got around Wednesday night on Twitter that Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco had died. That word, like a lot of garbage on Twitter, turned out to be false. Flacco eventually caught wind of the rumor, which was confirmed to be false by the Baltimore Ravens' official account and later retracted by the account that first "reported" it. Show More Summary

“Hacked” Twitter account falsely reports death of Joe Flacco

Another week, another Twitter hack proclaiming that a prominent NFL figure has died. The last time, it was the NFL’s official Twitter account that was genuinely hacked with the false notion that Commissioner Roger Goodell had died. This time, a Ravens game-day news account not affiliated with the team or the league was supposedly “hacked,”…

Baltimore Ravens Nation Twitter Hacked; Falsely Reported Joe Flacco Had Died

If you stay on social media long enough, I’m sure you’ve seen many famous people and athletes killed off by Twitter for trolling purposes. This time, it was Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco who was falsely reported as killed in a vehicle accident. Social media still trolled because it’s social media…   BREAKING: Ravens QB […]

Flacco is unsure how he’ll react mentally when he gets hit

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has done enough this offseason to declare himself ready to go for the start of training camp. But that just means his surgically repaired knee is ready to go. Flacco acknowledged that he’s not sure, mentally, how he’ll react the first time he gets hit, which won’t happen until he’s facing…

Joe Flacco declares himself ready to begin training camp

Joe Flacco didn’t take the field this spring during OTAs or minicamp, but the next time the Ravens do, he says he’ll be there. The veteran quarterback has declared himself recovered from last year’s torn ACL and MCL, and said he plans to be on the field on July 28 when the Ravens begin training…

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