Former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco is onto his third team in three years, signing with the New York Jets.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter announced the news Friday afternoon.
Jets are signing former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco to a one-year deal, sources tell ESPN. Jets GM Joe Douglas was a Ravens’ scout in 2008, when Baltimore drafted Flacco in round one. Now Flacco will rejoin Douglas, and compete for the backup job when he’s healthy and ready.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 22, 2020
The deal is for one year is worth $1.5 million that can $4.5 million with incentives.
Flacco started eight games of the Broncos in 2019, throwing for 1822 yards and 6 touchdowns to 5 interceptions, while completing 65.3% of his passes.