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Reports of Ravens trading Joe Flacco to Broncos get less-than-elite response on Twitter

The Twitterverse shared strong reactions to Wednesday’s report that the Ravens plan to trade longtime quarterback Joe Flacco to the Denver Broncos.

Some people called the trade a bad deal for the Broncos, as Flacco was injured midway through last season and saw his position taken over by rookie Lamar Jackson.

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Timeline: Ed Reed's career with the Ravens and beyond

A timeline of the safety's NFL career

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Why the Ravens' approach to handling Joe Flacco's exit is 'like playing chess'

In an offseason teeming with uncertainty and variables, the Ravens at least know that quarterback Joe Flacco will not return next season.

The trouble is, so does the rest of the NFL. Why send an asset to Baltimore to secure a trade when he might hit the open market as a free agent?

Eric DeCosta is not worried.

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Are the Ravens committed to Eric Weddle and Marshal Yanda? Eric DeCosta's not saying.

Five days after Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he expects guard Marshal Yanda and safety Eric Weddle to return next season, general manager Eric DeCosta struck a more diplomatic tone Wednesday.

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Ravens promote Greg Roman to offensive coordinator; Marty Mornhinweg won't return

Greg Roman has been promoted to Ravens offensive coordinator, the team announced Friday, marking the end of Marty Mornhinweg’s tenure on coach John Harbaugh’s staff and the embrace of a new era under quarterback Lamar Jackson.

Roman, 46, joined the Ravens in 2017 as a senior offensive assistant and tight ends coach and was promoted to assistant head coach before this past season.

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As Ravens turn to 2019 season, Greg Roman's role on offense can't be overlooked

Ravens multihyphenate Greg Roman — assistant head coach, tight ends coach, running-game guru — spoke to reporters only once this season. That was in early November, before those outside team headquarters knew of Joe Flacco’s injured right hip, before Lamar Jackson and the Ravens defense had started a spirited run to the AFC North title.

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