The veteran signal-caller was a late addition to the Cleveland Browns roster after the team saw three different quarterbacks rotate in and out of the position. Deshaun Watson’s season-ending shoulder injury and rookie starter Dorian Thompson-Robinson entering concussion protocol gave way to Flacco’s return.
At 38, his career seems far from over.
Flacco completed 26 passes for 311 yards and three touchdowns in the Browns’ victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday. It was just his second start with the team and enough for head coach Kevin Stefanski to commit to him for the remainder of the season, and possibly the playoffs.