Joe Flacco’s agent nevertheless has a couple of days prior to he’s set to meet with the Baltimore Ravens’ brass for the duration of the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine to discuss a new deal for his client, but that didn’t avoid him from revealing one of his major negotiating chips in a Wednesday interview with The Baltimore Sun.
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“If the game is about wins and losses, he has to be in the best five (quarterbacks),” Linta mentioned of Flacco, who has gone 44-20 in his 4 seasons in Baltimore and has led the Ravens to two AFC Championship game appearances.
“He is a player who has been really durable, never ever missed a game. And he’s accomplished one thing that no a single has ever carried out. In his 4 years in the league, he has never missed a game and has far more wins than any other quarterback.”
Prior to Linta’s interview with the Sun, a league source told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora that Linta and the Ravens would start negotiations Flacco’s contract extension even though in Indianapolis. The source stated the Ravens are committed to keeping Flacco, and the quarterback hopes to sign a extended-term deal this offseason.
Linta told the Sun he is scheduled to meet with Ravens vice president of football administration Pat Moriarty, but added he only anticipates a brief chat.
“We’re not going to have a press conference next Saturday to announce his extension,” Linta quipped.”In order to do Joe Flacco’s contract extension, we have to commence somewhere. And that’s sitting down and chatting, and that’s what we’re carrying out.”
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