The Jaguars may want to trade for Joe Flacco.
Jacksonville has had “internal conversations” about acquiring the 33-year-old quarterback from the Ravens, according to a report from CBS Sports, which cited unidentified league sources.
Flacco is “open to the possibility” of playing for the Jaguars, the report said.
Baltimore reportedly is planning to part ways with Flacco in the offseason. The 11-year veteran was replaced as the Ravens’ starting quarterback by rookie Lamar Jackson in mid-November after he suffered a hip injury.
Flacco, who has spent his entire career with the Ravens, completed 61.2 percent of his passes and threw for 12 touchdowns, along with six interceptions in nine games in 2018. The team registered a 4-5 record in his starts.
The Jaguars have struggled at the quarterback position throughout the season. Blake Bortles began 2018 as the team’s starter, but he tallied a 13/11 touchdown to interception ratio and was benched in favor of Cody Kessler in Week 13.
Jacksonville finished the season with a 5-11 record. Bortles is not expected to return to the team in 2019.