NEW YORK (WJZ) — Veteran NFL quarterbacks have been changing teams at a rapid rate this off-season, and Joe Flacco is the latest to move.

CBS Sports reports the former Raven agreed a one-year contact with the New York Jets.

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Flacco was traded by the Ravens to the Denver a year ago. He played half the season with the Broncos before he suffered a season-ending injury.

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He’s had neck surgery and isn’t expected to be back in action until late August.

Flacco will serve as a mentor to Jets young quarterback Sam Darnold.

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Flacco, Tom Brady, Phillip Rivers, Andy Dalton and Jamis Winston are among the veteran QBs joining new teams this year.