Filled with injuries, the Baltimore Ravens’ 2015 season was nothing short of a disaster. The team lost a number of star players, including quarterback Joe Flacco, who was injured for the very first time in his NFL career.
Flacco suffered a torn ACL and MCL against the Rams this past November. The injury not only ended the season for Flacco, but caused many to believe that his rehab may potentially affect his playing ability coming into the 2016 NFL season.
But four months and a week into rehab, Flacco and the Ravens seem confident that he’ll be prepared to take the field when the regular season begins in September.
“It’s still going really, really well”, Flacco said. “Over the past three weeks, I’ve started to feel some big improvements. I feel good about it,” Flacco said according Luke Jones of WNST-AM on Tuesday.
Flacco suggests that he’s nearing a full recovery, and is doing everything in his power to get there.
“I can do everything pretty much. It’s just a matter of how well I can do it and (if) I have a little limp here and there.”, Flacco said. “All I know is I want to be back for training camp and be back for the season, and be ready to go. So I’m doing all I can to get to that point.”
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