The Cleveland Browns have recently added quarterback Joe Flacco to their practice squad, signing him for the upcoming season. In order to accommodate his addition, wide receiver Trinity Benson has been released from the practice squad.
Flacco, standing at 6 feet 6 inches and weighing 245 pounds, brings a wealth of experience to the Browns. This marks his 16th NFL season, having begun his professional career as a first-round draft pick for the Baltimore Ravens in 2008. Throughout his career, Flacco has played in 183 games, making 180 starts, and has had stints with the Ravens (2008-2018), Broncos (2019), and Jets (2020-2022).
With an impressive career completion rate of 61.6 percent, Flacco has completed 3,881 out of 6,299 passes, throwing for 232 touchdowns and 147 interceptions. As a starter, he boasts a record of 99 wins and 81 losses, maintaining a winning percentage of .550. Notably, Flacco led the Ravens to victory in Super Bowl XLVII, where he was named the Super Bowl MVP, adding to his list of accomplishments.
Most recently, Flacco started four games for the Jets during the 2022 season. Now, he joins the Cleveland Browns, where his experience and expertise will contribute to the team’s quarterback room and overall roster depth.