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Joe Flacco Signs One-Year Deal With Jets

Joe Flacco Signs One-Year Deal With Jets”

The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the team didn't announce the decision.

The Broncos placed the 35-year-old Flacco on injured reserve in November after he suffered a herniated disk in his neck and they released him in March. The deal will pay Flacco $1.5 million and includes another $3 million in incentives, Garafolo added.

The Jets have agreed to terms with free agent Joe Flacco on a one-year contract, the quarterback's agency, JL Sports, announced on social media.

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Jets General Manager Joe Douglas was a scout with the Ravens in 2008 when the Ravens selected Flacco with the 18th pick in the draft. Flacco is far from the Super Bowl MVP he was back in 2013, but he might still have enough in the tank to help the Jets in a time of need.

Flacco joins a quarterbacks room with starter Sam Darnold and backups David Fales, Mike White and rookie James Morgan.

17, 2019, Denver Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco (5) throws against the Kansas City Chiefs during the first half of an NFL football game in Denver. Trevor Siemian took over, but lasted just over a quarter, injuring an ankle and missing the rest of the season. It's unclear if Flacco will be healthy in time for New York's season opener this fall. He also said he would be open to a backup job, if that scenario played out.



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