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Joe Flavors, one of the league’s most talented quarterbacks, has announced his retirement after 13 seasons with the Ravens.

The former quarterback is a two-time Pro Bowler and the former MVP.

“It’s not easy, and I know that.

But it’s what I’ve always done.

I’m really happy for Joe,” Flavoros said.

“We’re going to miss him so much, but I know we’ll be around him.

I really can’t thank him enough.

It’s an honor.”

Flavors was a first-round draft pick of the Broncos in 2002 and has won two Super Bowls with the franchise.

The Ravens traded for Flavorns contract last year, and he was a free agent this summer.

His release from Baltimore will likely have little impact on Flavos future with the team, as the team is expected to keep Flavoras services after his retirement.

“I’m really excited for the future.

I’ve been with this organization for 14 years.

I love this organization.

It means everything to me,” Flavios said.

Flavoros, 31, will continue to coach the Ravens’ secondary, a position he played in with a Pro Bowl berth in 2015.

“The guys I’ve worked with, it’s just fun.

They’re so smart.

They’ve played so many years together, and we’re all kind of in the same boat,” he said.”

I love coaching guys.

I don’t think it’s a job I’m too much of a competitor with.

But the guys I have worked with and the people I’ve coached over the years, they’re all the same.”