Just a couple of NFL notes for you today.
"I'm not happy about it, and they know I'm not happy about it," Flacco said. "Usually when you fire a position coach, it's because you're not really happy with how that position did.
"And when I look back on my season and our season as a team, I mean, we won 13 games. I felt like I had a pretty good year and you're firing the quarterback coach? It's kind of an attack on me, I feel like.
"I don't think it was a good decision. I'm disappointed, and they know I'm disappointed."
There has to be more to the story than we are aware of -- there always is. Angering your franchise quarterback, though, is not usually a good thing.
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