Joe Flacco net worth and salary: Joe Flacco is a Super Bowl winning quarterback who has a net worth of $35 million dollars and annual salary of $20 million. Born in Audubon, New Jersey, Joe Flacco played football throughout high school and went on to play at the University of Pittsburgh. His time in Pittsburgh was frustrating and he subsequently transferred to the University of Delaware where he set 20 school records. The Baltimore Ravens drafted him in 2008, and, due to illness and injury on the team, he began his rookie year as the Ravens starting quarterback. He led them to 7 wins in their first eight games of the season. Flacco went on to set multiple records as a rookie and won multiple honors, including NFL Rookie of the Month for October 2008, AFC Offensive Player of the Week in 2008, NFL Rookie of the Week twice, and NFL Rookie of the Year in 2008. He has played consistently well during his time with the Ravens. 2011 saw massive changes to the Raven's lineup, so there is some question as to how he will handle his new offensive line. On February 3, 2013, Joe Flacco and the Ravens beat the 49ers to win the Super Bowl. Flacco, who was the Super Bowl MVP, is now a free agent and will be looking to score a major new contract. ***Update*** On March 1, 2013, Joe Flacco reportedly signed a new deal with the Ravens that will pay him $120.6 million over six years. That's enough to make Joe Flacco the highest paid player in NFL history. Under this contract, Flacco will earn a base salary of roughly $20 million over six years which works out to $170,000 per in season day.
Joe Flacco Net Worth
American football player
Date of Birth
Jan 16, 1985 (31 years old)
American football player, Athlete
United States of America
6 ft 5 in (1.98 m)
245 lbs (111.13 kg)
Joseph Vincent Flacco
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Joe Flacco Earnings
- Baltimore Ravens (2009-10)$8,601,760
- Baltimore Ravens (2008-09)$1,300,000
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