BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Joe Flacco will be 36 years old by the time his new extension is up in 2021.

Now that he will be a Ravens for the long run, what can we expect? Joe Flacco, John Harbaugh and Ozzie Newsome broke it down during a press conference.

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Flacco said, “When it comes down to it in this league, it’s all about winning football games and once this thing is signed and over with, that’s all we’re worried about. I think that this gives us the best chance to move forward and over the next five years and it’s a huge window to go win another super bowl, another two, another three and that’s what I want to do and I want to do it here. To be able to do this [deal] is huge for the way I feel about this city and this organization.”

“I can’t wait until September rolls around and we’re back out there battling again,” said Flacco.

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In response to Flacco being asked if he sees himself being a Raven for life, he said, “I want to be here for a long time, and hopefully they want me here for a long time. It’s already been eight years and hopefully it’s another eight.”

You can watch the full presser here. 

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