Who Does Joe Flacco Play For?

Last Modified Nov 20, 2023 06:48 GMT
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Joseph Vincent Flacco was born in Audubon, New Jersey on January 16, 1985. As of November 2023, he is 38 years old. Flacco first stepped foot into the NFL at the age of 23 and has spent the majority of his career playing for the Baltimore Ravens.


Before his journey started in the NFL, Flacco played college football with the Pittsburgh Panthers football team as a backup quarterback. In 2004 he played as a backup and featured in three games against University of Ohio, the University of Nebraska, and the University of South Florida. In 2005 he transferred to the University of Delaware and played with the Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens football team but was not eligible to play that season. He started playing for the team in the 2006 season and completed his first season with the Fightin’ Blue Hens passing for 18 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. In 2007 he played his best match against Navy where in the following match he threw for 434 yards and four touchdowns. He continued his excellent performance throughout his entire college career and he finished his successful run with the Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens football team where he in his entire college career set 20 new records.


In 2008 Flacco signed a contract with Reebok for three years as a rookie. Flacco has signed endorsements with Nike, 1st Mariner Bank, and also Haribo since January 2013. Flacco signed an endorsement deal with McDonald's to promote their new menu item which is called the Mighty Wings. His weight is around 245 lb (111 kg) and he is 6 feet 6 inches (1.98 m) tall.


What Team is Joe Flacco On

Joe Flacco has just signed with the Cleveland Browns following the season-ending injury suffered by Deshaun Watson. Prior to this signing, Flacco was a free agent after having last played for the New York Jets in the 2022 NFL season. Prior to his stints with the Jets, Flacco also played for the Denver Broncos and the Baltimore Ravens. He was also a part of the Philadelphia Eagles for some time in 2021 but he never featured in any of their games.


Joe Flacco Previous NFL Journey

In 2008 after joining the Ravens, he signed a deal with them for five years worth $30 million. In the 2008 season in a match against the Cincinnati Bengals, he made his official NFL debut where he finished 15 of 29 passes for 129 yards and a 38 yard rushing touchdown. Flacco was able to continue his dominant performance throughout the entire season and he finished his debut season with 257/428 for 2,971 yards with a total of 16 touchdowns, and 14 turnovers. The New Jersey native quickly made himself an important player on the Ravens roster by continuing his dominance in the upcoming seasons. In Super Bowl XLVII against the San Francisco 49ers he scored three touchdowns which helped the Ravens win 34-31. His stellar performance earned him the game’s Most Valuable Player award.


After having a career altering season in 2012 Flacco signed a new contract extension deal with the Ravens for six years worth $120.6 million which made him the highest-paid quarterback in NFL history. He kept showcasing his skills in the following seasons and in 2019 the Ravens traded Flacco to the Denver Broncos. In a match against the Oakland Raiders Flacco threw for 268 yards and a touchdown which was his debut with the Broncos. His stint with the AFC West franchise lasted only for one year as he was then traded to the Jets the following season.


In March 2021 he signed a new contract deal of one year with the Philadelphia Eagles but the Eagles traded him back to the Jets where he played for two more seasons before becoming a free agent in 2023.


FAQs

A. Joe Flacco is currently 38 years old as of November 2023. He was born on January 16, 1985.

A. Joe Flacco had a 99-81 record in his career.

A. Yes, Joe Flacoo is married to Dana Grady.

A. He went to the University of Delaware after he spent a couple of years at the University of Pittsburgh.

A. Joe Flacco has played for the Ravens, Broncos, Jets, and Eagles before signing with the Cleveland Browns as of November 2023. 

A. Joe Flacco played 11 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens. This has been the longest stint of his NFL career.

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