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Deal Time: Flacco, Ravens Need Each Other

Bleacher Report

The time for the Baltimore Ravens to lock up Joe Flacco is right now. That is no mystery. Both sides desire the same result. And I expect them to get this done.

They will meet at the combine in Indianapolis this week, this much is certain. And, frankly, expect there to be regular dialogue between the Ravens (read: cap guru/chief negotiator Pat Moriarty) and Flacco's agent, Joe Linta, from this weekend until the March 4 deadline to apply the franchise tag, you know, assuming they don't get a deal done before then.

My money is on them working this thing out. Remember, they...

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