Ravens 2013 player season review
Sun reporters Jeff Zrebiec, Aaron Wilson and Matt Vensel looked back at the 2013 season and assessed the performance of each player and some of the coaching staff.
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Terrence Cody, nose tackle( Doug Kapustin, Baltimore Sun / August 18, 2013 )
GS: 1 | GP: 12 | Snaps: 273
Season in review: After an injury-plagued 2012 season in which he lost his starting job to journeyman Ma'ake Kemoeatu, Cody bounced back with a decent campaign in 2013. The 2010 second-round pick did not start for the Ravens -- they shifted Haloti Ngata inside to take Cody's place at nose tackle -- but the massive run defender had a sizable role in the defensive line rotation and contributed with 15 tackles.
Stat that stands out: zero -- sacks in Cody's four years in the NFL, showing how one-dimensional he is.
Outlook for 2014 and beyond: Cody is an unrestricted free agent and may have played his last game in a Ravens uniform, but with Alabama alumnus Ozzie Newsome still running the front offense, a return shouldn't be ruled out. If he comes back, though, it will likely to be a backup on a team-friendly contract.