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1.Jets | David Fales may make roster (thehuddle) New York Jets QB David Fales could make the final roster if QB Joe Flacco (neck) is not cleared for the start of the season. QB James Morgan is expected to be the No. 3 quarterback in 2020, so the Jets may have to keep four quarterbacks on the roster. 2 days
2.Joe Flacco (neck) not expected to be ready for Week 1 (FantasyPros) Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports Joe Flacco (neck) is not expected to be ready for Week 1. Analysis: Flacco has been throwing but won't be ready for contact until "mid-September". The Jets' new backup quarterback could even be a candidate for reserve/PUP, which would cost him the first six games of the season. David Fales or fourth-round rookie James Morgan will back up Sam Darnold until Flacco is ready.3 days
3.Dynasty | Joe Flacco lands with the Jets (Dynasty League Football) The Jets have signed quarterback Joe Flacco to a one-year deal. Analysis: Flacco will slide in as Sam Darnold's backup as a capable, but aging signal caller. Flacco is far from his prime and looked washed up last year with the Broncos. Still, he provides a certain level of experience and should be an upgrade over the backups the Jets have had the past few seasons. All eyes are on Darnold this year as he needs to make a leap to give the Jets and his fantasy owners some confidence. Flacco is clearly off the dynasty radar.3 days
4.Joe Flacco: Lands one-year deal with Jets (RotoWire) Flacco (neck) has agreed to a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Jets, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Analysis: Flacco is no longer in the running for a starting job in the NFL, but he will get an opportunity to land a backup gig behind Sam Darnold when he's healthy. Per Schefter, Flacco is expected to be available for non-contact work when training camp begins and figures to be cleared in full in September. He opened the 2018 season as the starter for the Broncos, but a neck injury cost him the back half of it after compiling 1,822 passing yards and a 6:5 TD:INT ratio over eight games. Flacco's new deal can net him up to $4.5 ... (More)3 days
5.Jets | Joe Flacco cleared to throw (thehuddle) New York Jets QB Joe Flacco (neck) has been cleared by doctors to start throwing a football, according to sources. The team expects Flacco to be cleared for contact in early September. 3 days
6.Joe Flacco inks one-year deal with the Jets (FantasyPros) Joe Flacco has agreed to a one-year, $1.5 million deal with the Jets. The contract is worth up to $4.5 million in incentives. Analysis: "Flacco (neck) is expected to be ready to participate in training camp without contact, but he is expected to be cleared from his neck surgery in September," Schefter added. He will backup starter Sam Darnold. The 35-year-old reportedly received interest from other teams, but ultimately landed with the Jets. He missed eight games last season due to a neck injury. Flacco threw for 1,822 passing yards and a 6:5 TD:INT ratio across eigh... (More)4 days
7.Jets sign Joe Flacco, one-year deal (FFToday) 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. Analysis: Flacco joins Jameis Winston as another veteran quarterback accepting a backup job in 2020. Cam Newton remains a free agent. Schefter also reported that Flacco is expected to be on a no-contact restriction during training camp and cleared in September from his neck injury. He's off the f... (More)4 days
8.Jets | Joe Flacco agrees to join NYJ (thehuddle) Updating a previous report, free-agent QB Joe Flacco (Broncos) agreed to a one-year contract with the New York Jets, his agency said Friday, May 22. Financial terms were not disclosed. Analysis: Flacco, reportedly healthy after neck surgery, enters as a backup. He is more of a name than a fantasy consideration -- which would require a Sam Darnold injury/illness. There's nothing to see here for 2020 fantasy football draft plans, of course. 4 days