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By John-John Williams IV and Baltimore Sun reporter | October 5, 2012
Baltimore Ravens' Terrence Cody is fat, according to Mike Golic from ESPN Radio's Mike and Mike in the Morning show. Golic's comment was made on Friday morning, during a discussion about Cody's objections to the new NFL jerseys : "Terrence Cody is about 350. Terrence, I don't mean this in a bad way, but you're fat. I mean am I making up that you have some fat on you when you weight 350? Listen, if you're under 10 percent fat percentage, god love you, but I am pretty sure you are not. "
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2014
MOBILE, Ala. - The Ravens' belief in the value of the Senior Bowl as a tool to compare draft prospects from all levels of college football was evident last April. The team scouted half of its 10-player rookie draft class at the all-star game - from small-school standouts like third-round defensive tackle Brandon Williams (Missouri Southern State), fourth-round fullback Kyle Juszczyk (Harvard) and seventh-round wide receiver Aaron Mellette (Elon) to two players from the Big Ten Conference in fourth-round outside linebacker John Simon (Ohio State)
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By Matt Vensel | May 29, 2012
Ravens nose tackle Terrence Cody showed good progress in his second NFL season, starting every game for the Ravens and upping his tackle total to 34 after making 13 in 2010, his rookie season. But Cody, who is entering his second year as a starter, feels that he was physically weaker last season because of weight loss. Cody, who reportedly weighed close to 400 pounds during his college career at Alabama, shed weight last offseason after his physique was scrutinized throughout his rookie season.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2013
Ravens starting defensive end Chris Canty , who was listed on Wednesday's injury report as not practicing because of a thigh injury, practiced in full on Thursday and appears in line to face the Pittsburgh Steelers this weekend.  The only three Ravens who were listed on the injury report as not practicing were wide receiver Brandon Stokley (groin), linebackers Josh Bynes (thigh, finger) and Albert McClellan (shoulder). Bynes is dealing with a finger infection that hospitalized him Tuesday night.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2012
Ravens defensive tackle Terrence Cody became national talk radio fodder Friday after he and a pair of teammates were quoted in a Wall Street Journal article entitled “Does this New Uniform Make Me Look Fat?” In the article, Cody said he didn't care for the new uniforms from Nike, which replaced Reebok as the league's official uniform supplier this season, because the jerseys tighten up when they get wet and ride up his body . The 350-pound lineman said he thought that Nike should put different material in the jerseys for "the big guys.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2012
NFL players of size -- including some Ravens -- are saying that the new Nike jerseys are less than flattering to their figures. In a word -- they make them feel fat. A funny Wall Street Journal story says unlike the old Reebok jerseys, the new ones made by Nike are slimmer fitting, something called the "body-contoured fit. " While the more lithe players applaud less material, the larger ones -- like the Ravens' Terrence Cody and Arthur Jones --...
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Mike Preston | August 13, 2012
The first thing you notice about Ravens nose tackle Terrence Cody compared to a year ago is the loss of weight and the added confidence in his walk. It's a new season and a new man. "This was his first real offseason around us and he worked really hard," said Ravens defensive line coach Clarence Brooks of the third-year tackle out of Alabama. "His conditioning is good, he is very, very mature and schematically, he knows what we're doing and how we're trying to get it done. We think he is going to take us where we need to go. " Let's get this straight.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2013
The injection of painkillers propped up Terrence Cody for a few hours every Sunday, the needle numbing him so he could give the Ravens whatever his body could muster before the pain returned. The hip injury that had nagged him for more than a year prevented him from anchoring as a run defender, but there was no way he was going to let it keep him off the field. But when the big nose tackle's left elbow swelled up to the size of a small melon last season, that's what finally sat him down.
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By Edward Lee | September 22, 2011
Three of the five starters who did not practice Wednesday returned to Thursday's session. Center Matt Birk (left knee), defensive end Cory Redding (toe) and nose tackle Terrence Cody (concussion) participated in individual drills during the portion of practice open to the media. Two starters in left guard Ben Grubbs (toe) and wide receiver Lee Evans (left ankle), however, were absent. Wide receiver David Reed (left shoulder strain) and rookie cornerback Jimmy Smith (high left ankle sprain)
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Eileen Ambrose | March 29, 2012
How often do you go to a sports store and get to rub elbows with Ravens' wide receiver Torrey Smith? Or get to swap football observations with Ravens defensive tackle Terrence Cody or the Washington Redskins' defensive back Josh Wilson? You can do so this weekend at Dick's Sporting Goods new store in the Crofton area. The retailer is holding a three-day celebration to mark the occasion. The event starts Friday at 8 a.m. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the store located at 1417 South Main Chapel Way in Grambrills.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2013
While there has been no indication that Haloti Ngata is dealing with a significant hip injury, the veteran nose tackle missed practice for a second straight day at the Under Armour Performance Center. He was one of only three players not participating in practice as the Ravens appear to be as healthy as they've been all season heading into Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers at M&T Bank Stadium. The other two players missing were nose tackle Terrence Cody , who appears in line to miss a third straight game with a sprained left knee, and linebacker Albert McClellan , who is dealing with a shoulder injury.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2013
They are together all the time, sitting next to each other at their lockers, walking from meeting to meeting and relaxing in the cold tub after a long practice. When Terrell Suggs and Haloti Ngata walk out to the Ravens' practice field side by side - which they do at virtually the same time every day - the contrast remains striking. Suggs doesn't walk so much as he struts, his head bobbing with each step. He surveys his surroundings, poses for the assembled media and belts out lyrics from whatever song is in his head.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2013
The injection of painkillers propped up Terrence Cody for a few hours every Sunday, the needle numbing him so he could give the Ravens whatever his body could muster before the pain returned. The hip injury that had nagged him for more than a year prevented him from anchoring as a run defender, but there was no way he was going to let it keep him off the field. But when the big nose tackle's left elbow swelled up to the size of a small melon last season, that's what finally sat him down.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2013
The difference between lining up over left tackle and the left shoulder of the left guard may not seem vast, but Haloti Ngata admits he felt lost in space when asked to play the five-technique defensive end position in 2012. “Playing defensive end, it's too much space for me,” Ngata said Tuesday evening. “I like the guys around me.” That's why Ngata got downright giddy, at least by his standards, when asked about the free-agent signings of defensive linemen Chris Canty and Marcus Spears and the draft selection of big nose tackle Brandon Williams.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2013
Starting today and continuing over the next three weeks, Ravens' rookies and veterans will come together for organized team activities. The three day OTAs, which will be held at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills from May 21-23, May 29-31 and June 4-6, will serve as a prelude to the mandatory veteran minicamp, held on June 11-13. The OTAs are voluntary and several Ravens veterans traditionally have skipped them or at least gone to only one or two of the sessions.  There will also be a group of players who aren't ready to participate in the scaled-down workouts after sustaining injuries last year or had an offseason surgery.
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By Matt Vensel | May 20, 2013
The Ravens have bolstered the talent and depth on their defensive line this offseason with the additions of Chris Canty and Marcus Spears and the selection of big nose tackle Brandon Williams in last month's NFL draft. But with all that shuffling on the defensive line, what role will fourth-year defensive end Arthur Jones have? Among Ravens, only defensive tackle Haloti Ngata played more snaps on the defensive line last season than Jones, who played at least 32 snaps in 14 of the team's final 15 games, including playoffs.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | March 18, 2013
As Baltimore Raven Jacoby Jones makes his "Dancing with the Stars" debut tonight, he revealed who else on the team he thought would have a chance on the show. Jones knows what he's talking about. He has shown Baltimore his fancy footwork in the end zone. And even one of his fellow competitors on the show -- "Bachelor" star Sean Lowe -- has said his biggest competition for the mirror ball trophy will be the wide receiver. When asked which other Ravens players might have some skills on the dance floor, Jones didn't hesitate, listing the team's best -- and worst -- dancers for Insider.
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By Edward Lee | September 23, 2011
The Ravens opened their final practice of the week on Friday in preparation for Sunday's road contest against the St. Louis Rams, and starting left guard Ben Grubbs and starting wide receiver Lee Evans did not participate. Grubbs did not practice Wednesday and Thursday because of strained ligaments in his toe, and he watched practice from the sideline. Evans, who has been bothered by a left ankle injury, was not present. Wide receiver David Reed (left shoulder strain) and rookie cornerback Jimmy Smith (high left ankle sprain)
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By Matt Vensel | May 17, 2013
At 1,992 pounds, the projected front seven of the Baltimore defense will weigh just under a ton, which is about the same as a tiny smart car, a large walrus or the Johnny Unitas statue outside M&T Bank Stadium. It could also be the heaviest front seven in the NFL next season. The folks over at Blogging the Beast recently took the projected depth charts from Ourlads, a reliable source, and totaled the weights of all the front sevens . I'm not sure why they did this, but it is interesting nonetheless.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2013
Each weekday through April 24, the day before the first round of the NFL draft, The Sun will look at where the Ravens stand at each position, the likelihood that they will address that spot early in the draft and some of the prospects that they may consider. Today we'll examine the defensive line: Current defensive linemen under contract : Haloti Ngata, Chris Canty, Marcus Spears, Arthur Jones, Pernell McPhee, Terrence Cody, DeAngelo Tyson, Swanson Miller Chances that the Ravens draft DL in first three rounds : Decent.
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