Dan Cody might miss the season

Baltimore, MD (Sports Network) – Baltimore Ravens linebacker Dan Cody may miss the entire 2007 season with a right knee injury.

According to the Baltimore Sun, Cody had arthroscopic surgery on his knee two weeks ago and will sit out four weeks before doctors reassess the injury.

If the knee does not show significant improvement, Cody said he would need microfracture surgery and would miss the entire season.

A second-round pick in 2005, Cody has struggled with injuries for most of his pro career. The former Oklahoma star missed his rookie season after spraining the ACL is his right knee during training camp. In 2006, he tore the PCL in his left knee against the Pittsburgh Steelers on November 26.