How Is Baltimore Responding To Saying Farewell To Flacco?

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The Baltimore Ravens' season officially came to an end on Sunday, Jan. 6 with a loss to the Los Angeles Chargers during Wild Card Weekend, and that was not the only conclusion that came from the game.

It seems that this L would also mark the end of the Joe Flacco era in Baltimore, who is expected to be traded or released this offseason. While it has not been finalized, Head Coach John Harbaugh said during his post-game press conference that Lamar Jackson will be their quarterback moving forward and that "a lot of teams are going to want Joe."


So with that, what words does Baltimore have to bid Flacco farewell? Well, we asked and you responded! (You can still chime in here) Here is what some of you said:


"Thanks for everything, sorry we didn’t give you the proper sendoff you deserved." -Ryan L.

"Thank you for many good memories. Although you may leave Baltimore, you will always be a Raven. Looking forward to seeing your name in the Ring of Honor." -Brett S.

"I hate to see you go, but I agree, you are too good to be sitting on the bench and you will be missed." -Elaine M.

"Dear Joe, YOUR A CLASS ACT. WE were so lucky over the years to have you on our! Such a tremendous skilled player! Always a fan!! Joe FLACCO!! Thank you so much" -Colleen H.

"I wish you well Joe and I hope you take your new team to the Super Bowl. Thanks for all you did for the Ravens." -Tina D.

"You will always be a Raven, thank you for 11 awesome years! Please don't go!" -Jane B.

"Thanks Joe for giving us some great years. You will be missed" -June T.

"Thanks for Playing Like a Raven." -Mary Ann S.

"This coming from a Pittsburgh always gave us a great game...good luck on your future endeavors." -Eddie C.

Michael J, our own Raving Maniac, also shared his thoughts on the end of the season and the end of an era:


If it does come down to a trade or release, this will not be an easy parting of ways for Flacco.

"I love the people of Baltimore," Flacco said in a locker room interview post-game. "It's become my home, and my children's home..."



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