“I’AM LEAVING” NFL quarterback Joe Flacco has announced that he is leaving the Cleveland Brown due to…..

Joe Flacco was a gift from heaven for the Cleveland Browns last season, driving them to a 4-1 record down the stretch and conveying them to the postseason despite everything. Normally, the Browns couldn’t want anything more than to bring him back as a “break in the event of crisis” quarterback for next season, however it seems like NFL Rebound Player of the Year might have defeated right out of Cleveland. As indicated by Browns insider Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, Flacco needs to test the free office waters to check whether he can track down a group that gives him the beginning position or an opportunity to seek it. This is absolutely justifiable for the 39-year-old. His image is basically as great as it has at any point been since he left the Baltimore Ravens in 2019. There are a lot of groups searching for their establishment quarterback this offseason. Flacco probably sees himself as a choice behind a newbie quarterback or the beginning QB for a group that neglects to land a sign guest of their decision. In any case, it is undeniably challenging to see a group beginning the season with Flacco as their QB1. It is likewise a fact that Flacco would presumably have a superior opportunity to turn into the starter mid-season if he somehow happened to sign elsewhere. On the off chance that the beginning open door isn’t there for Flacco, there is purportedly shared interest between the different sides for a re-visitation of Cleveland. A solid veteran arm who realizes the group is desirable over the Browns attempting an alternate reinforcement like Jacoby Brissett or Mitchell Trubisky. Notwithstanding the overachievement of last season, the Cleveland Browns aren’t viewed as a serious season finisher danger one year from now. FanDuel Sportsbook has the Browns with the 10th best chances in the AFC (+2000) to come to the Super Bowl. Remember to guarantee your sign-up reward of $150 on FanDuel when you back the Browns for next season.

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