The future of Joe Flacco with the Baltimore Ravens is uncertain going into the 2019 offseason as he lost his job to Lamar Jackson.

“It’s not really up to me. We’ll see what happens,” said Flacco when asked about his future plans.

“I love the people of Baltimore, man. It’s been 11 years. You come in, you feel one way, and you don’t know what to expect. The people warm up to you. You warm up to the people. To be honest with you, I can’t imagine a better 11 years. This place becoming my home and my children’s home. Just how many different life changes I went through and how much we won here. I’m not from too far up the road. People from here are a lot like the people I grew up with. Definitely a group of fans and a community that I loved to be around for 11 years.”

Flacco said he absolutely wants to go back to being a starter, but he was asked if he was frustrated about not getting an opportunity to play.

“It really wasn’t. We made the decision what was going to happen here weeks ago. I really wanted to see the guys turn it up a little bit and make a play, which they did.”