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Ravens Overcome Mediocrity by Sheer Volume, Sign Joey Harrington, Start Flacco
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Sep 1st 2008 11:00PM by Will Brinson (author feed)
Filed under: Ravens, AFC South, NFL RumorsThere is one truth that I think can be held self-evident for all eternity: if your professional football team signed Joey Harrington, you are in for a really, really rough year.

Harrington has been a whipping boy and failure in both Detroit and Atlanta, the two biggest FAILs in professional football (or at least “arguably”). Now he joins the corps of crummy QBs that the Baltimore Ravens host.
Due to the current uncertainty with their quarterbacks, the Ravens brought in Harrington, Chris Simms (released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers) and Todd Bouman (released by the Jaguars) for workouts Monday and decided to sign Harrington because he has the most recent playing experience.
Seriously? Harrington outperformed anyone? (No. Of course he did not. I blame Joey –> signed –> flummoxed.) How can this even be real? I guess the only feasible explanation is that Harrington is similar to Mittens in that he can play “well” when there’s little to no pressure, and thusly tricks teams into purchasing his services at quarterback. Or he flashes some upside or something and people get fooled.

Florio is saying that this report is false. I sincerely hope so. Because, well … SCOOOOOOP.Continue Reading




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