As reported by Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun, the Ravens have placed nose tackle Terence Cody on the physically unable to perform list. This essentially means that Cody will be unable to partake in at least the first six weeks of the season.
Ravens placed nose tackle Terrence Cody on the physically unable to perform list. He had offseason hip surgery
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) July 18, 2014
Cody is still recovering from his offseason hip surgery, which left him sidelined during organized team activities (OTAs) and minicamp.
The Ravens re-signed Cody to a one-year deal this offseason in hopes that he can be the run-stuffing presence they envisioned when they drafted him in the second round in 2010.
After becoming a 16-game starter in 2011, Cody has started just four games since. He made 40 tackles over the past two seasons and was limited to 12 games last year.
This shouldn’t really impact the team too much as Cody wasn’t expected to get that much playing time on the line. The Ravens have three defenisve tackles that would have started over him – Haloti Ngata, Brandon Williams, and rookie Timmy Jernigan.
Cody has been one of the bigger busts in recent Ravens memory, so fans won’t be all that disappointing to hear this news. Stay right here on The Baltimore Wire for all your latest Ravens news and notes as we head into training camp.