Joe Flacco as Johnny Unitas.The Ravens’ quarterback says he’ll play the part of Baltimore’s greatest quarterback, former Colts star Johnny Unitas, in an upcoming movie entitled Unitas We Stand.The movie is being co-produced by Joe Unitas, the late quarterback’s son.He tells WBAL-TV that Flacco will portray Unitas in scenes of the 1958 NFL championship game, in which Unitas led the Colts to victory over the New York Giants. The game at Yankee Stadium ended in sudden-death overtime and has been called the greatest NFL game ever played.Flacco, who led the Ravens to a Super Bowl victory in February and was the game’s MVP, said on Twitter that he’s excited by the opportunity.Filming is scheduled to start this summer.Briefly • Bengals: Free agent running back Felix Jones, who spent his first five seasons with the Cowboys, had a tryout in Cincinnati, according to DallasCowboys.com. • Jets: Cornerback Darrelle Revis, who is rehabilitating his surgically repaired left knee in Arizona, needs to participate in voluntary workouts beginning next week in New Jersey, according to a clause in his contract, to collect $3 million in bonuses he’s scheduled to earn from New York. • Buccaneers: Quarterback Dan Orlovsky, released by Tampa Bay last week, was re-signed to back up starter Josh Freeman. • Patriots: Defensive tackle Tommy Kelly, who signed a seven-year, $50.5 million deal with the Raiders in 2008, agreed to a two-year contract with New England. • Saints: Safety Jim Leonhard, who has played for the Broncos, Jets, Ravens and Bills, signed a one-year contract with New Orleans. • Broncos: Restricted free agent running back Lance Ball signed his tender with Denver. The diminutive but powerful tailback rushed for 158 yards on 42 carries last season as he spelled Willis McGahee and Knowshon Moreno. • Browns: Receiver David Nelson, who tore his right ACL in Buffalo’s opener last year, signed a one-year deal. • Free agent: Quarterback JaMarcus Russell canceled plans for a pro day and will meet teams individually.