Currently a quarterback for the Denver Broncos, Joe Flacco is a quarterback who was drafted in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens and played 11 seasons with the franchise before being traded away this offseason. Snapping up the Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year, Flacco is best known for leading the Ravens to a win in Super Bowl XLVII against the San Francisco 49ers. He was awarded the Super Bowl MVP honors for the same.
The first rookie quarterback to win two playoff games, Joe Flacco was recently traded by the Ravens to the Broncos in exchange for their fourth round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. He has an estimated net worth of $75 million.
Joe Flacco Salary
Flacco has earned a reported $147.8 million in cumulative salaries alone so far in his 11-year-long career. The University of Delaware alumnus literally got paid after his heroics in Super Bowl XLVII as he signed a 6-year $120.6 million contract with the Ravens which made him the then highest paid quarterback in the NFL. He signed a 3-year $66.4 million extension to this contract in 2016.
In his final year with the Ravens, he earned $12 million in salaries. With the Broncos having already specified that they will not be restructuring Flacco's contract going into the next season, he is expected to earn $18.5 million in 2019.
Joe Flacco Endorsements
As a rookie, Flacco endorsed Reebok with whom he signed a 3-year deal in 2008. Winning a Super Bowl does a whole lot of good to someone's reputation and Joe Flacco knows all about it. He has appeared in commercials for top tier brands such as McDonald's, Pepsi, Verizon, Haribo, Pizza Hut, and DirecTV. He also has an active deal with Nike.
Joe Flacco Charity Work
During his time with the Baltimore Ravens, Flacco donated to several charities including the likes of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Baltimore Humane Society, and Take a Hike Foundation. He collaborated with Evolution Fitness for a kids-only charity workout and raised funds for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.