Former Ravens QB Joe Flacco Wins Comeback Player of the……

Comeback Player of the Year at NFL Honors goes to former Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco – NFL Tracker

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FLACCO WINS CPoY ON FEB. 8 Joe Flacco, a former quarterback for the Ravens, won Comeback Player of the Year on Thursday night at the NFL Honors.
After Deshaun Watson, the starting quarterback, suffered a season-ending injury in late November, Flacco was added to the Browns practice squad. He was then selected to start against the Rams in Week 13 following Dorian Thompson-Robinson’s concussion.

Before the playoffs, Flacco started five games for the Browns and had a 4-1 record. He completed 60.3% of his passes, 123 out of 204 passes for 1,616 yards, 13 touchdowns, and 8 interceptions.

Cleveland, who had led the Browns to the postseason, lost 45-14 to the Texans in their Wild Card round meeting.
In his first postseason game since 2015, Flacco completed 34 of 46 passes for 307 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions.

MACDONALD TO TENNESSEE ON JAN 10? The Titans have asked the Ravens for permission to interview defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald for the position following the firing of Mike Vrabel in Tennessee.

Jim Macdonald, the brother of Ravens coach John Harbaugh, hired Macdonald as defensive coordinator in Michigan, where he worked for the team for two seasons.
Washington wants a weaver, Jan. 8 After firing Ron Rivera, the Washington Commanders are in need of a new coach, and they are considering local candidates.

The Commanders have asked defensive assistant Anthony Weaver of the Baltimore Ravens for an interview, as reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
After playing four seasons in Baltimore, Weaver, 43, was selected by the Ravens in the second round of the 2002 draft. He has worked with John Harbaugh for three seasons, coming back to the team in 2021 to coach the defensive line. He was elevated to assistant head coach in 2022.

January 5: IRVIN RIPS COOK’S recipe for Baltimore The latest audible from contemporary isn’t to The Playmaker’s taste.
Perhaps bitter after being rejected, former Dallas Cowboys star Michael Irvin used Friday’s episode of Fox Sports’ “Undisputed” to criticize Dalvin Cook for choosing to sign with the Baltimore Ravens rather than his previous employers.

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