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Why Joe Flacco Will Have a Career Year in 2014

To say that Joe Flacco ’s 2013 season was disappointing would be an understatement. With a career-high in interceptions (22) and a career-low in passer rating (73.1), it wasn ’t exactly the follow-up to that glorious Super Bowl run that Baltimore Ravens fans were hoping for. Show More Summary

Joe Flacco 'excited' for 'explosive' offseason additions

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is 'excited' for all the 'explosive' offseason additions the team brought in this year.

Joe Flacco: Additions give us a chance to do new things

With Dennis Pitta out of the lineup with a hip injury, a stagnant running game and no receiver filling the void left by Anquan Boldin, the Ravens offense underwhelmed during the 2013 season. It’s little surprise, then, that the team has spent the last month making moves designed to remedy those issues. They’ve signed wide…

Ravens put Flacco in position to succeed

Last year, the Baltimore Ravens made Joe Flacco one of the wealthiest quarterbacks in the league. This offseason, the Ravens have put him in position to be among the most successful. By reaching an agreement with tight end Owen Daniels,...Show More Summary

Owen Daniels Signing Completes Stellar Offseason for Joe Flacco, Ravens Offense

Last year, the Baltimore Ravens were ravaged by personnel losses in free agency after winning Super Bowl XLVII. Those losses contributed to the team missing the playoffs in the 2013 season altogether. Well, in 2014 general manager Ozzie...Show More Summary

Joe Flacco, One Is The Loneliest Number In Baltimore

Joe Flacco couldn’t sleep. He dared not move because he didn’t want to wake his beautiful high school sweetheart laying beside him. She must so tired from the baby, Joe [...]

Torrey Smith defends Joe Flacco against offseason criticism

Usually, complaints about Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco are contained to the regular season but now critics are unhappy with his offseason activities too.

Torrey Smith thinks Joe Flacco gets unfair criticism

There’s been some talk in the Baltimore media that Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is not sufficiently committed to being an NFL quarterback 365 days a year, as evidenced by his supposed failure to organize offseason workouts with his wide receivers. One of those receivers says that criticism is unfair. Ravens receiver Torrey Smith told reporters…

Criticism of Joe Flacco reaches new heights

Criticizing Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco for throwing 22 interceptions last year is fair game. Criticizing him for failing to connect on deep throws last season is valid as well. But criticizing Flacco for not conducting private workouts...Show More Summary

Q&A with Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti

ORLANDO, Fla. -- With a Super Bowl ring on his right hand and an optimistic outlook on the 2014 season, Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti sat down with to discuss his team's image, Joe Flacco's disappointing season andShow More Summary

Steve Smith agrees to three-year, $11 million deal with Ravens

The Ravens have a new weapon for quarterback Joe Flacco. His name is former Panthers receiver Steve Smith.

Joe Flacco’s brother catches passes from Jaguars scout

Representatives from 12 NFL teams gathered at the Star Hill Family Athletic Center in Tolland, Conn. for the University of New Haven’s pro day. The noteworthy participant of the pro day — which was held indoors on FieldTurf — was the brother of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, UNH tight end Michael Flacco. Show More Summary

Dennis Pitta re-signs with Baltimore Ravens, five-year deal worth $32 million

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will have his favorite target for the next five years. Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta signed a five-year deal worth $32 million on Friday, according to The Baltimore Sun. The deal was completedShow More Summary

Signing Pitta is major first step for Ravens

Nearly a year ago to this day, the Baltimore Ravens signed quarterback Joe Flacco to an NFL record contract. On Friday, they gave him another valuable gift. Signing tight end Dennis Pitta to a five-year, $32 million contract leaves no...Show More Summary

Dennis Pitta and Baltimore Ravens Reportedly Agree on 5-Year Contract

For much of the 2013 season, Joe Flacco was without his favorite target, Dennis Pitta, who battled with an injury that cost him all but four games. Barring another injury, however, Flacco won't have to go without Pitta next season, as...Show More Summary

Scouting Combine Offensive Linemen Who Have the Ravens' Attention

The Baltimore Ravens had one of the league's worst offensive lines in the 2013 season. As a result, the Ravens averaged a dismal 3.1 yards per rushing attempt and quarterback Joe Flacco was sacked a career-high 48 times. Because of this—and...Show More Summary

Jim Caldwell: Joe Flacco made progress, even if you couldn’t see it

Lions head coach Jim Caldwell spent last year as the offensive coordinator in Baltimore, where quarterback Joe Flacco turned in a disappointing season after signing a massive contract. But Caldwell says Flacco wasn’t as disappointing as he looked. In fact, Caldwell says that Flacco made strides as a passer, even though he had a career-low…

Gary Kubiak Looking To Turn Around Ravens Quarterback Joe Flacco

Gary Kubiak wants to make Joe Flacco elite again. After arriving in Baltimore on Sunday to start contract negotiations and inking the deal as the Ravens newest offensive coordinator on Monday, Kubiak went right to work. Just after taking the job, he placed a call to Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco to touch base. Show More Summary

Kubiak is key to turning around Joe Flacco

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- When the Baltimore Ravens announced Gary Kubiak as offensive coordinator Monday, they also named Rick Dennison the quarterbacks coach. But make no mistake: Getting Joe Flacco back on track is Kubiak's project. The Ravens can talk about having a rough and tough philosophy on offense. Show More Summary

Glenn Younes: Gary Kubiak Will Make Baltimore Ravens Offense 'Twice as Good'

The Baltimore Ravens hired Gary Kubiak as their new offensive coordinator. Watch Adam Lefkoe with 105.7 The Fan's Glenn Younes as they discuss what the hire means for Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and the rest of the Ravens offense in the video above. Let us know what you think of the hire in the comments below. Read more NFL news on

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