Joe Flacco works out with the Browns. Also, there are talks that the former Super Bowl MVP could join Cleveland to replace Deshaun Watson. The latter suffered a season-ending shoulder injury last week. He played in the second half to help the Browns win despite his fractured shoulder.
Speaking anonymously, the insider stated that Flacco is the lone quarterback working out on Friday at the team’s facility. According to bookie software sources, Flacco played for the Ravens for 11 seasons,
Kevin Stefanski, the head coach for the Browns, would not confirm Flacco’s workout after practice, claiming instead that the team brings in a lot of different players.
In his career, Flacco is 18-3 versus the Browns, and last year he led the New York Jets to an incredible comeback victory over them. He did not appear on any 2023 rosters. But he has not ruled out coming back, and Cleveland needs him.
Joe Flacco Works Out with the Browns
According to football betting experts, the Browns (6-3) have had a promising season, but the loss of Watson has undermined that success. The team will not have its franchise quarterback until at least 2024, so it must find a solution quickly.
The Browns will start rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson against the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3) on Sunday with P.J. Walker as his backup due to Watson’s injury. In Thompson-lone Robinson’s start against the Ravens on October 1, he threw three picks.
The Browns’ general manager, Andrew Berry, has confirmed that the team would sign a third quarterback this week, but he has not said whether that quarterback will be on the active roster or the practice squad. According to football betting news reports, the Browns could hold off on making a call until they see how Thompson-Robinson performs in his second career start. Elijah Moore, a wide receiver with the New York Jets for the past two seasons, has high praise for Flacco.
After guiding the Ravens to a 34-31 victory against the San Francisco 49ers in the 2013 Super Bowl, Flacco was voted the game’s Most Valuable Player. He was 22-for-33 in passing for 287 yards and three scores.