Denver Broncos: Why Team Should Go CB In Round One

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	Report Broncos to trade for Joe Flacco
	By		Henry Chisholm

Breaking News Report Broncos to trade for Joe Flacco By Henry Chisholm

There will be plenty of debate over Flacco's legacy in Baltimore, but he did lead the team to a Super Bowl title in 2012 with one of the best four-game stretches of quarterbacking that we've seen in the playoffs.

The Baltimore Ravens have agreed in principle to trade former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco to the Broncos, according to multiple league sources.

This is interesting on a couple of fronts.

Flacco remained Baltimore's starting quarterback at the beginning of the 2018 season before being sidelined with an injury.

What the Broncos will give up for Flacco is unclear although NFL Network reported that it will be a mid-round pick. The new league year does not officially begin until March 13, however, so the trade can not be finalized until that time.

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Without needing to use a first-round pick on a quarterback, the Broncos will likely address one of their other positions of need.

Flacco, 34, completed 61.2 percent of his passes last season for 2,465 yards, 12 scores and six interceptions.

Case Keenum is still under contract with the Broncos for the 2019 season. Toward the end of that season, Ravens coach John Harbaugh chose not to start Joe Flacco in a December game and went with rookie QB Lamar Jackson.

Now, say Elway decides to select a quarterback with the Broncos' 10-overall pick. Flacco went on to win a Super Bowl, as well as Super Bowl MVP honors in the 2012-13 season, while passing for 38,245 yards, 212 touchdowns and 136 interceptions in 163 career National Football League games.

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