On the heels of rookie signal caller Lamar Jackson getting the starting job with the Ravens and leading the team to the postseason this past year, Baltimore has reportedly chose to send its Super Bowl winning quarterback and person whose career is essentially one big meme to the Denver Broncos. Last year, the veteran lost his starting job to rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson, whom the Ravens committed to building around after drafting him in the first round.
The Ravens went 72-40 in Flacco's first seven seasons with the team, but dropped to 24-27 in his final four years as the starter.
Keenum is still under contract through 2019, and Flacco possibly solves any immediate need the Broncos have at the position.
Cousins completed a career-high 70-percent of his passes this season for 30 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions on the year.
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Let's take a look at the aftermath of this trade and what it could possibly mean for the Broncos this season. The Broncos would save $11 million if they cut him before June 1.
Case Keenum is still under contract with the Broncos for the 2019 season.
The report of Flacco getting moved comes via Adam Schefter of ESPN, who pointed out that the deal can not become official for another month.
Flacco, 34, was the MVP of Super Bowl XLVII in 2013 and was the Ravens' starter since 2008 until a hip injury in 2018 sent Flacco to the sidelines after Week 9. The most likely option would be Jackson's third-stringer (and sometimes backup) in 2018, Robert Griffin III-Jeff Zrebiec of the Athletic reported mutual interest in a reunion back in early January. That Elway clearly doesn't envision any potential plug-and-play candidates in the lot at No. 10 isn't stunning, but given his track record of acquiring QBs, it can be interpreted a few different ways. Well, Wednesday was that day as the Broncos and president of football operations John Elway got their guy. He also threw for 3,890 yards and 18 touchdowns.