Rookie defensive tackle Terrence Cody has played well through his first two preseason games, posting seven tackles and proving to be force in the middle of the Ravens' defensive line.
But Cody might be forced to watch the team's next preseason contest from the sidelines.
The Alabama product has some swelling in the bursa sac in his left knee which kept him out of yesterday's practice and has put his status for Saturday's game against the Giants up in the air.
The good news is that Cody doesn't expect it to be a serious issue.
"I'm feeling good," Cody said. "It's a little swelling, a little fluid in the knee. Hopefully, it's going to go down. We're using the ice and stem and keeping a compression wrap on it. They think it's something that will go down with ice and the compression wrap."
Head coach John Harbaugh said that the knee issue isn't something that will require surgery.
"He can definitely get through the season with it," Harbaugh said. "But it's like a lot of guys, they have these little things they have to deal with and they have to deal with it."