The Denver Broncos made a bit of a splash this offseason with the acquisition of former Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. He is now set to learn an entirely new system on a different team for the first team in his career.

The Broncos will spend the offseason getting Flacco up to speed. Fortunately, he feels his familiarity with offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello will help speed up the process, via the team’s official website:

“I think terminology-wise, I’m familiar with a lot,” Flacco said. “That’s kind of made the transition easy. I think the play-pass stuff, there is a lot of stuff that I’m familiar with. I think some of the drop-back game’s a little different, but, overall, I would say there is a pretty good amount of familiarity with it.”

This is certainly an encouraging update from Flacco. Scangarello was a former assistant for Gary Kubiak when he was the Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator in 2014, which was the year the veteran three for a career-high 27 touchdowns.

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Perhaps there is a sense of relief for Flacco that he is getting back to what made him successful.

It is no secret that the Broncos have struggled to find a consistent option under center in recent years. They struck out on quarterback Case Keenum last season. Another failed experiment under center could set the team several years back from competing in the playoffs.

Like Denver, Flacco also has plenty to prove going into the 2019 NFL season. He has spent his career largely labeled as a game manager before officially being replaced in Baltimore.

The veteran has an opportunity to prove that he still has plenty left in the tank.