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Ravens long snapper Morgan Cox on the mend after tearing ACL earlier this season

Morgan Cox
(Karl Merton Ferrron, Baltimore Sun)

Ravens long snapper Morgan Cox is making steady progress in his rehabilitation from a torn anterior cruciate ligament that forced him onto the injured reserve.

Cox is off crutches and rehabillitating his right knee daily at the Ravens' training complex in hopes of being ready for offseason workouts and minicamps.

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"So far so good," Cox said. "I come in here every day ready to work the guys in there are supporting me and the teammate are encouraging me every day. I got a lot of great help around me."

Cox got hurt against the Atlanta Falcons in Oct. 19 at M&T Bank Stadium.

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His two-year, $1.621 million contract is expiring at the end of this season and he's hoping to sign a new deal with the Ravens during the offseason.

Cox is no stranger to the rehab process having torn the ACL in his left knee four years ago against the Cleveland Browns.

Cox, who was replaced by former San Francsico 49ers long snapper Kevin McDermott, doesn't have a precise timeline for his activitiy level for his return in the spring, but he said he is on schedule and hasn't suffered any setbacks.

"As far as timeline, assuming everything goes according to plan, I'm hoping to be up and running by the offseason workouts and organized team activities and stuff like that," he said. "As far as the scale of participation, obviously that will be a decision they'll have to make. My goal is to be ready for it."

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