Joe Flacco Wants An NFL Team To Sign Him

Joe Flacco

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Former Baltimore Ravens starting quarterback and Super Bowl champion, Joe Flacco, expressed his determination to make a return to the NFL in 2023, according to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley.

Flacco, who enjoyed a fruitful career in Baltimore spanning over a decade since his selection in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft, has achieved his crowning moment in 2012 season when he led the Ravens to victory in Super Bowl XLVII.

Over his career, Flacco passed for 42,320 yards, placing him in the top 20 all-time in career passing yards in NFL history. He also passed for 232 touchdowns and 147 interceptions.

Last year, Flacco played on the New York Jets, participating in five games. During this time, he threw for 1,051 yards, recording five touchdowns and three interceptions.

Flacco shared his thoughts on his potential return, stating, “Listen, I can still play. That’s me talking, obviously. I’m hoping that there’s the silver lining that I’m not anywhere right now and that I can be available to anybody.”

Flacco’s agent took proactive steps by reaching out to NFL teams during the spring, but the response was lukewarm. Flacco admitted, “There didn’t really seem to be too much that was biting.”

Despite the initial lack of interest, Flacco remains optimistic about his prospects, saying, “If somebody does need somebody, at least I’m available.”