Joe is dull,’ Steve Flacco told the New York Times in a recent telephone interview. ‘As dull as he is portrayed in the media, he’s that dull. He is dull.’
There are no indications of familial tensions in Joe Flacco's personal life. The quarterback comes from a 'close-knit family,' according to a South Jersey Magazine story titled 'Ordinary Joe.' Flacco's agent did not return calls for comments from MailOnline.
Flacco, 28, generally stays under the radar when it comes to talking to reporters and making public appearances, even as he gets ready to play in this year’s Super Bowl tournament between the Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers in New Orleans.
One of the exceptions to his usual low profile is a very public series of photos of Flacco, his wife Dana, and the couple’s wedding party from their marriage in June, 2011.
In one of the photos Flacco looks like Frankenstein with his arms out, wrists bent and mouth agape.
That was his response when the photographer, Jason Prezant, asked the wedding party to ‘act scarred’ as they pretended they were watching a movie.
Flacco appeared more stupefied than frightened.
Steve Flacco told the Times that he he believed his other four sons were the ones behind the photo series that went viral online.
'I guarantee none of it was Joe’s idea,' he said.
so unless they do that stupid haunted house ride skit I'm not sure where he'd fit.
He's not worthy of being the highest paid player in the NFL.
Hard to say, really....five years in the league, and five playoff appearances. Now he's got a title and a Super Bowl MVP as leverage in contract negotiations.
Right now, there isn't any reason for the Ravens not to backup the Brinks truck to Flacco's front door. However, if Flacco wants to keep the Ravens in playoff contention in the coming years, he'll have to think about his own salary not taking up too much of the Ravens' overall cap.
Oh yeah, life goes on, long after the thrill of living is gone