Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has a connection to South Jersey.

An Audubon native, Flacco has remained humble throughout his NFL career and keeps his small town roots in mind despite all of the success he's achieved.

Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski has been the same way throughout his time in the spotlight.

That's why Flacco and Jaws have become business partners.

Jaws, Flacco and a group of other investors recently purchased Ramblewood Country Club in Mount Laurel, NJ as a business venture.

The town of Mount Laurel is the headquarters for NFL Films, a place Jaws has an office, while being just a short drive where Flacco grew up.

“I reached out to Joe and said, ‘You’ve always spoken about preparing for life after football and do you have any interest in partnering,’’ Jaworksi said via CSN Mid-Atlantic.

“It’ll be a good relationship. We’ll have a little sports pub and we’ll have a number of Flacco jerseys," he continued.

The purchase of Ramblewood now makes five golf courses owned by Jaworski, including Blue Heron pines Golf Club in Galloway, NJ.

Flacco will have a lot of rehabbing and light activity on his hands this offseason as he tried to recover from a torn ACL he suffered in November.

The Ravens could also look to restructure his contract, which carries a salary cap number of $28.55 million.