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Terrence Cody
NT #62
Height:
6-4
Weight:
345
Age:
26
College:
Alabama
Hometown:
Fort Myers, FL
Experience:
5
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 87 45 42 0.0 0 2 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2013 BAL 12 1 15 7 8 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2012 BAL 15 3 25 12 13 0.0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2011 BAL 16 16 34 21 13 0.0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2010 BAL 13 1 13 5 8 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --

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Biography

Download 2011 Bio Update

TRANSACTIONS

Terrence Cody re-signed with the Ravens (one-year contract) on 4/4/14...Was originally selected by Baltimore in the second round (57th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.


CAREER

• Has 87 tackles (45 solo) and 2 PD

• Recorded a career-high 6 tackles (4 solo) at Jax. (10/24/11)

• Started his first-career game at Car. (11/21/10)

• Recorded his first-career tackle vs. Buf. (10/24/10)


2013:
(12/1) Posted 15 tackles, including 7 solo, despite missing four games with a knee injury

• Tied a season high with 3 tackles in game 15 vs. NE (12/22)

• Recorded 3 tackles for a defense that allowed just 3 points and held the Jets to 8% (1-of-12) on third down in the 19-3 win in game 11 vs. NYJ (11/24)


2012:
(15/3, 4/0) Recorded 25 tackles (12 solo) and 1 PD

• Started and recorded 3 tackles in game 14 vs. Den. (12/16)

• Posted 2 tackles for a defense that held the Chargers to 20% on third down (3-of-15) in the 16 13 overtime victory in game 11 at SD (11/25)

• Posted 3 tackles, including 2 solo, in the 55-20 victory in game 9 vs. Oak. (11/11)

• Netted 2 tackles for a defense that forced 4 turnovers in the victory over the Chiefs in game 5 at KC (10/7)

• Recorded 2 tackles for a defense that held the Browns to 20% on third down (3-of-15) in the 23-16 victory in game 4 vs. Cle. (9/27)

• Posted 3 tackles for a defense that forced 10 turnovers in four playoff games en route to Super Bowl XLVII victory


2011:
(16/16, 2/2) Started all 16 games for the first time in his career and produced career highs with 34 tackles (21 solo) and 1 PD for the NFL’s third-ranked defense (288.9 ypg)... Baltimore was also second against the run (92.6 ypg) and produced the league’s top red zone defense

• Posted 2 tackles, including 1 TFL, for a defense that allowed just 167 total yards and held the Colts to 14% (2- of-14) on third down in the 24-10 victory in game 13 vs. Ind. (12/11)

• Netted 3 tackles and his first-career PD for a defense that held the Steelers to 70 rushing yards in the 23-20 win in game 8 at Pit. (11/6)

• Recorded a career-high 6 tackles (4 solo) for a defense that held the Jaguars to 205 total yards and 13% (2-of-16) on third down in game 6 at Jax. (10/24)

• Posted 3 tackles for a defense that forced 4 turnovers and tied an NFL record with 3 defensive TDs in the 34-17 victory in game 4 vs. NYJ (10/2)

• Totaled 8 tackles for a team that forced 7 turnovers in two playoff games


2010:
(13/1, 2/0) Produced 13 tackles, including 5 solo, as a rookie

• Recorded 4 tackles, including 2 solo, in the 13-7 victory in game 16 vs. Cin. (1/2/11)

• Started his first-career NFL game in the 37-13 win in game 10 at Car. (11/21)

• Posted a season-high 5 tackles in game 9 at Atl. (11/11)

• Saw action in his first-career NFL game, playing both from scrimmage and on special teams, in the 17-14 victory in game 4 at Pit. (10/3)

• Posted 2 tackles and a FF (in the Wild Card win at KC, recovered by the Ravens) in two playoff contests


COLLEGE:
Started all 26 games he played at nose guard in two seasons for Alabama, totaling 52 tackles, a half sack (-5 yards), 10.5 TFL (-25 yards), 5 QB pressures, 2 FRs, 1 FF and 2

blocked FGs...A consensus All-American and unanimous first-team All-SEC choice, Cody was also named a finalist for both the Chuck Bednarik Award and Bronko Nagurski Trophy, which are given to the nation’s premier defensive players as a senior in 2009...Led a defense that ranked second in the country and first in the SEC (244.1 ypg)...The Crimson Tide also topped the conference in rush defense (78.1 ypg), scoring defense (11.7 ppg) and pass efficiency defense (87.7 rating)...Registered 28 tackles (12 solo), with 6 TFL (-11 yards) and 3 QB pressures en route to Alabama winning the SEC title and the 2010 BCS National Championship…Also deflected a pass and blocked a pair of FGs during the Tide’s undefeated season...On 5 passing attempts targeted into his area, the opposition completed just 1 pass for a 3-yard loss...Tallied 27 of his hits against the ground game, holding opposing ball carriers to 34 yards (1.26 ypc)...Allowed just 2 first-down carries while producing 2 third down stops, 7 TFL and 3 tackles for no gain...In his first season at Alabama (2008), Cody earned consensus All-American and unanimous first-team All-SEC honors…Was also named a Chuck Bednarik Award semifinalist, playing a crucial role for a unit that finished second in the nation in rush defense (74.1 ypg), tied for third in total defense (263.5 ypg) and was seventh in scoring defense (14.3 ppg)…Starting all 12 games, he helped guide a front that did not allow an opponent to gain over 100 yards in nine contests…Recorded 24 tackles (7 solo), posting a half sack (-5 yards), 4.5 TFL (-14 yards) and 2 QB pressures… Also forced a fumble and recovered 2 others…Of his 23 tackles against the run, he limited opposing ball carriers to 17 yards (0.74 ypc), producing 5 TFL...Also compiled 3 third-down stops and 1 tackle on fourth down...On 4 passes targeted into his area, opponents completed 2 for a 1-yard loss...Selected

as the SEC’s Player of the Week vs. Clemson after posting 4 tackles (2 solo), including 1 TFL (8/30)...Played two seasons at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College (2006-07), finishing

his career with 97 tackles, 5 sacks and 1 INT...Also saw some time on offense as a blocking fullback and scored 2 rushing TDs...As a sophomore, he earned NJCAA All-American first-team honors by posting 51 tackles and 4 sacks...Anchored a Bulldog defense that led the state in rushing defense and total defense that season, with the team finishing 12–0 and winning the NJCAA co-National Championship…Received a three-star prospect rating by Rivals.com and was listed as the 47th-best overall junior college player in the country by the recruiting service......Was a consumer science major at Alabama.


HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL:
Prepped at Riverdale (Fort Myers, FL) HS, playing football as a freshman and senior...As a freshman, he started at DT and saw time as a TE, but then took off two seasons from the game...As a senior in 2005, he recorded 74 tackles (45 solo), 2 FFs, 1 FR and a blocked FG to earn All-District honors...On offense, he scored 2 TDs on 9 carries and had a 6-yard TD reception...Also lettered in basketball, averaging 9.7 points per game his senior year... Cody’s mother worked two jobs as a traveling nurse and a bus driver to care for him and his siblings while growing up... At the end of his junior year of high school, he moved in with the family of a high school teammate, Jason Milliken.

 

COMMUNITY: Launched the Sacks 4 Kids Program in 2012, focusing on feeding disadvantaged youth in Baltimore City…In Dec. 2012, Cody raised funds to supply hundreds of students at Wolfe Street Academy with healthy snacks and groceries they could use on weekends when they are not fed at school…Supports Ravens’ team activities, including A Purple Evening, the Ravens’ annual women’s event at M&T Bank Stadium, the Holiday Helpers event at Target, a unique shopping experience for Baltimore youth in need, and the Thanksgiving Food Distribution at the Helping Up Mission Men’s Homeless Shelter…Supports teammates’ charitable initiatives, including the Lardarius Webb Celebrity Softball Game and the Ngata Family Foundation Luau…Additionally, in April 2012, Cody hosted a paintball tournament in his hometown of Tuscaloosa, Ala. to benefit breast cancer research.

Download 2011 Bio Update

TRANSACTIONS

Terrence Cody re-signed with the Ravens (one-year contract) on 4/4/14...Was originally selected by Baltimore in the second round (57th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.


CAREER

• Has 87 tackles (45 solo) and 2 PD

• Recorded a career-high 6 tackles (4 solo) at Jax. (10/24/11)

• Started his first-career game at Car. (11/21/10)

• Recorded his first-career tackle vs. Buf. (10/24/10)


2013:
(12/1) Posted 15 tackles, including 7 solo, despite missing four games with a knee injury

• Tied a season high with 3 tackles in game 15 vs. NE (12/22)

• Recorded 3 tackles for a defense that allowed just 3 points and held the Jets to 8% (1-of-12) on third down in the 19-3 win in game 11 vs. NYJ (11/24)


2012:
(15/3, 4/0) Recorded 25 tackles (12 solo) and 1 PD

• Started and recorded 3 tackles in game 14 vs. Den. (12/16)

• Posted 2 tackles for a defense that held the Chargers to 20% on third down (3-of-15) in the 16 13 overtime victory in game 11 at SD (11/25)

• Posted 3 tackles, including 2 solo, in the 55-20 victory in game 9 vs. Oak. (11/11)

• Netted 2 tackles for a defense that forced 4 turnovers in the victory over the Chiefs in game 5 at KC (10/7)

• Recorded 2 tackles for a defense that held the Browns to 20% on third down (3-of-15) in the 23-16 victory in game 4 vs. Cle. (9/27)

• Posted 3 tackles for a defense that forced 10 turnovers in four playoff games en route to Super Bowl XLVII victory


2011:
(16/16, 2/2) Started all 16 games for the first time in his career and produced career highs with 34 tackles (21 solo) and 1 PD for the NFL’s third-ranked defense (288.9 ypg)... Baltimore was also second against the run (92.6 ypg) and produced the league’s top red zone defense

• Posted 2 tackles, including 1 TFL, for a defense that allowed just 167 total yards and held the Colts to 14% (2- of-14) on third down in the 24-10 victory in game 13 vs. Ind. (12/11)

• Netted 3 tackles and his first-career PD for a defense that held the Steelers to 70 rushing yards in the 23-20 win in game 8 at Pit. (11/6)

• Recorded a career-high 6 tackles (4 solo) for a defense that held the Jaguars to 205 total yards and 13% (2-of-16) on third down in game 6 at Jax. (10/24)

• Posted 3 tackles for a defense that forced 4 turnovers and tied an NFL record with 3 defensive TDs in the 34-17 victory in game 4 vs. NYJ (10/2)

• Totaled 8 tackles for a team that forced 7 turnovers in two playoff games


2010:
(13/1, 2/0) Produced 13 tackles, including 5 solo, as a rookie

• Recorded 4 tackles, including 2 solo, in the 13-7 victory in game 16 vs. Cin. (1/2/11)

• Started his first-career NFL game in the 37-13 win in game 10 at Car. (11/21)

• Posted a season-high 5 tackles in game 9 at Atl. (11/11)

• Saw action in his first-career NFL game, playing both from scrimmage and on special teams, in the 17-14 victory in game 4 at Pit. (10/3)

• Posted 2 tackles and a FF (in the Wild Card win at KC, recovered by the Ravens) in two playoff contests


COLLEGE:
Started all 26 games he played at nose guard in two seasons for Alabama, totaling 52 tackles, a half sack (-5 yards), 10.5 TFL (-25 yards), 5 QB pressures, 2 FRs, 1 FF and 2

blocked FGs...A consensus All-American and unanimous first-team All-SEC choice, Cody was also named a finalist for both the Chuck Bednarik Award and Bronko Nagurski Trophy, which are given to the nation’s premier defensive players as a senior in 2009...Led a defense that ranked second in the country and first in the SEC (244.1 ypg)...The Crimson Tide also topped the conference in rush defense (78.1 ypg), scoring defense (11.7 ppg) and pass efficiency defense (87.7 rating)...Registered 28 tackles (12 solo), with 6 TFL (-11 yards) and 3 QB pressures en route to Alabama winning the SEC title and the 2010 BCS National Championship…Also deflected a pass and blocked a pair of FGs during the Tide’s undefeated season...On 5 passing attempts targeted into his area, the opposition completed just 1 pass for a 3-yard loss...Tallied 27 of his hits against the ground game, holding opposing ball carriers to 34 yards (1.26 ypc)...Allowed just 2 first-down carries while producing 2 third down stops, 7 TFL and 3 tackles for no gain...In his first season at Alabama (2008), Cody earned consensus All-American and unanimous first-team All-SEC honors…Was also named a Chuck Bednarik Award semifinalist, playing a crucial role for a unit that finished second in the nation in rush defense (74.1 ypg), tied for third in total defense (263.5 ypg) and was seventh in scoring defense (14.3 ppg)…Starting all 12 games, he helped guide a front that did not allow an opponent to gain over 100 yards in nine contests…Recorded 24 tackles (7 solo), posting a half sack (-5 yards), 4.5 TFL (-14 yards) and 2 QB pressures… Also forced a fumble and recovered 2 others…Of his 23 tackles against the run, he limited opposing ball carriers to 17 yards (0.74 ypc), producing 5 TFL...Also compiled 3 third-down stops and 1 tackle on fourth down...On 4 passes targeted into his area, opponents completed 2 for a 1-yard loss...Selected

as the SEC’s Player of the Week vs. Clemson after posting 4 tackles (2 solo), including 1 TFL (8/30)...Played two seasons at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College (2006-07), finishing

his career with 97 tackles, 5 sacks and 1 INT...Also saw some time on offense as a blocking fullback and scored 2 rushing TDs...As a sophomore, he earned NJCAA All-American first-team honors by posting 51 tackles and 4 sacks...Anchored a Bulldog defense that led the state in rushing defense and total defense that season, with the team finishing 12–0 and winning the NJCAA co-National Championship…Received a three-star prospect rating by Rivals.com and was listed as the 47th-best overall junior college player in the country by the recruiting service......Was a consumer science major at Alabama.


HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL:
Prepped at Riverdale (Fort Myers, FL) HS, playing football as a freshman and senior...As a freshman, he started at DT and saw time as a TE, but then took off two seasons from the game...As a senior in 2005, he recorded 74 tackles (45 solo), 2 FFs, 1 FR and a blocked FG to earn All-District honors...On offense, he scored 2 TDs on 9 carries and had a 6-yard TD reception...Also lettered in basketball, averaging 9.7 points per game his senior year... Cody’s mother worked two jobs as a traveling nurse and a bus driver to care for him and his siblings while growing up... At the end of his junior year of high school, he moved in with the family of a high school teammate, Jason Milliken.

 

COMMUNITY: Launched the Sacks 4 Kids Program in 2012, focusing on feeding disadvantaged youth in Baltimore City…In Dec. 2012, Cody raised funds to supply hundreds of students at Wolfe Street Academy with healthy snacks and groceries they could use on weekends when they are not fed at school…Supports Ravens’ team activities, including A Purple Evening, the Ravens’ annual women’s event at M&T Bank Stadium, the Holiday Helpers event at Target, a unique shopping experience for Baltimore youth in need, and the Thanksgiving Food Distribution at the Helping Up Mission Men’s Homeless Shelter…Supports teammates’ charitable initiatives, including the Lardarius Webb Celebrity Softball Game and the Ngata Family Foundation Luau…Additionally, in April 2012, Cody hosted a paintball tournament in his hometown of Tuscaloosa, Ala. to benefit breast cancer research.

 

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