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Cody Wallace
C #70
Height:
6-4
Weight:
307
Age:
31
College:
Texas A&M
Experience:
3

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TRANSACTIONS: Signed with the Houston Texans on Jan. 4, 2011 after being added to the practice squad in Nov. 2010…Fourth-round (107th pick overall) draft choice by San Francisco in 2008, cut in 2010…Was part of Detroit and the New York Jets’ practice squads in 2010 before being signed by the Lions on Oct. 20, 2010

2011 (Houston 0/0):
Added to practice squad (9/22)

TRANSACTIONS: Signed with the Houston Texans on Jan. 4, 2011 after being added to the practice squad in Nov. 2010…Fourth-round (107th pick overall) draft choice by San Francisco in 2008, cut in 2010…Was part of Detroit and the New York Jets’ practice squads in 2010 before being signed by the Lions on Oct. 20, 2010

2011 (Houston 0/0):
Added to practice squad (9/22)

2010 (Houston 0/0, NY Jets 0/0, Detroit 0/0):
Played on the practice squad for all three franchises
Signed by Detroit (10/20) and was inactive for two games

2009 (San Francisco 1/0):
Made NFL debut vs. Detroit (12/21)

2008 (San Francisco 0/0):
Inactive for all 16 games

COLLEGE:
Three-year starter at center at Texans A&M
Wallace redshirted his first season
In his freshman (2004) season, he played in five games and was listed second at strong guard on the depth chart
As a sophomore, Wallace started in all 11 games as a center, receiving SBC All-Big 12 honorable mention honors after the season
Wallace continued to start as center in all 13 games during his junior season, helping the team produce 397.4 offensive yards per game, including a Big 12 record 206.8 rushing yards per game
Named to the AT&T All-Big 12 Football Second Team
Prior to his senior season, named to the Preseason All-Big 12 Football Team
 After the regular season in his senior year, he was named to the All-Big 12 Football First Team, and was awarded co-offensive lineman of the year 
He was also named a Rimington Trophy finalist

PERSONAL:
Attended Cuero High School in Cuero, Texas, lining up at offensive center tackle and guard during his career, in addition to playing on the defensive line as a senior, where he recorded 45 tackles
Two-time Class 3A All-State gridiron selection and consensus Texas Top100 choice
Registered more than 100 knockdown block in each of his junior and senior seasons
Standout power-lifter, advancing to the state finals

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