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Baltimore Ravens’ QB Joe Flacco Optimistic About Rehab

The beginning of the 2016 football season may still be several months away, but things are already looking up for fans of the Baltimore Ravens. That’s because their veteran starting quarterback – Joe Flacco – appears to be well on his way to a full recovery from last year’s season-ending injury. Flacco sustained a torn ACL and MCL in a Week 11 game against the St. Louis Rams last November. Now – just four months after surgery – Flacco is already running and throwing. “I feel good and I’m getting better,” said Flacco during a recent press conference. “I feel improvement week to week.” While Flacco noted that the doctors never set a timeline for his recovery, he said he was aiming to participate in the training camp that will be held in late July. “All I know is, I want to be back for training camp and to be back for the season and be ready to go,” said Flacco. “So I’m doing all I can to get to that point.”

Although the Baltimore Ravens appeared in three AFC Championship Games and defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII with Flacco as starting quarterback, the team finished last season with only a 5-11 record. However, Flacco and several other key players -- such as outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, wide receiver Steve Smith, and wide receiver Breshad Perriman -- all missed significant time last season due to injuries. Fortunately, like Flacco, all of these players are on the mend and should be ready to take to the field this September. Are you ready to watch the Baltimore Ravens play in person at M&T Bank Stadium this season? As previously reported by PSL Source, the Ravens will be playing on a new natural grass field at M&T Bank Stadium this season. Secure your Baltimore Ravens season ticket rights and Ravens parking pass with a quality Baltimore Ravens PSL from PSL Source today!