Ravens trading Joe Flacco to Broncos

Ravens trading Joe Flacco to Broncos

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The Baltimore Ravens have reportedly agreed to trade former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco to the Denver Broncos, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The report noted the trade can't be processed until new NFL league year begins on March 13. Additionally, Schefter notes that both teams are prohibited from commenting on the trade or terms surrounding it. Baltimore will receive a mid-round pick in return, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

That means Baltimore will have an estimated $31.999 million in available cap space for 2019 given current salary cap projection of $190 million. He is to be paid $18.5 million next season, $20.25 million in 2020 and $24.25 million in 2021.

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Flacco is likely to replace Case Keenum as the Broncos' starting quarterback.

The move was somewhat anticipated as rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson filled in admirably for Flacco as the veteran dealt with injuries last season and seemingly sealed his status as the starter for Baltimore going forward.

Flacco, 34, has no more guaranteed money on his contract.

This marks the first trade for new Ravens general manager Eric Decosta, who replaced Ozzie Newsome at the conclusion of last season.

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