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How Ravens coach John Harbaugh got from 'Flacco is our quarterback' to 'Joe will be the No. 2'

How Ravens coach John Harbaugh got from 'Flacco is our quarterback' to 'Joe will be the No. 2'

One hip injury, three wins and five weeks of uncertainty later, Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced Wednesday that rookie Lamar Jackson will remain the team’s starting quarterback Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Joe Flacco, a longtime face of the franchise and former Super Bowl Most Valuable Player, will enter the game as a backup for the first time in his 11-year career.

The changing of the guard has felt inevitable since the Ravens took Jackson in the first round of the NFL draft this spring, but it wasn’t long ago that Flacco’s grasp on the starting job...

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