The Ravens do not have plans for Terrence Cody in the immediate future.
On Friday, the organization announced that it will terminate Cody's contract following this year's Super Bowl between the Patriots and the Seahawks on Feb. 1. Cody signed a one-year deal last offseason but only played in one game this year. He dealt with a hip injury and was on the physically unable to perform list for most of the year.
It's interesting for the Ravens to go ahead and cut Cody since he was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent once the new league year began. But making Cody a free agent now could be seen as a favor as it gives him a chance to speak with teams sooner rather than later.
Cody was a second-round draft pick out of Alabama in 2010. Nicknamed Mount Cody in college, Cody never panned out as a professional.
His time in Baltimore comes to an end with 87 combined tackles and two pass deflections. He never recorded a sack in the 57 career regular season and eight playoff games he participated in.