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Bill Cody (American football)

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Bill Cody
No. 52, 66
Personal information
Born: (1944-08-02) August 2, 1944 (age 74)
Greenwood, Mississippi
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:230 lb (104 kg)
Career information
High school:Boone (Orlando, Florida)
NFL Draft:1966 / Round: 5 / Pick: 67
AFL draft:1966 / Round: 15 / Pick: 132
Career history
Career NFL statistics
Games played:52
Games started:0
Fumble recoveries:4
Player stats at
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William Eugene "Bill" Cody (born August 2, 1944 in Greenwood, Mississippi) is a former professional American football linebacker in the National Football League. He played six seasons for the Detroit Lions (1966), the New Orleans Saints (1967–1970), and the Philadelphia Eagles (1972).

Cody was inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in May 2014.[1]

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(heavy rock music) - I'm gonna throw passes to just some regular old Joes today who think it's easy to catch an NFL football. - I'm a huge football nut. I watch college football all day. I watch NFL football all day. - I was a receiver in high school. - I did grow up in a football family. My sister was married to a Dallas Cowboy. - I'm from Oklahoma. I grew up going to football every Friday night. - I played four years of high school football, flag football in the eighth grade. I was the MVP of my team. One year of Pop Warner. Won my fantasy football league twice. And I do CrossFit. - I played football in high school for a couple years, varsity. I was a tight end, receiver. - I played four years of high school football. I got recruited to play Division III football. - Warren Moon was the only non-white quarterback, when I was growing up, in the NFL. And not only that, he was one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL so he was my favorite quarterback. - I'm so stoked to be trying to catch a pass from Warren Moon. - He was the best and he threw the prettiest football. - I am from Seattle, Warren Moon went to U. Dub, he's a commentator for the Seattle Seahawks. - So, do I think I can catch a pass from Warren Moon? I do. - [group together] One, two, three. Woo hoo! - I don't know how out-of-shape I am but this is gonna be fun. (crowd groans) - OK. we're gonna go from the ten and we're gonna run a fade. - This is it, the big touchdown. I'm a little scared of him launching footballs right at my face. - If anyone out of this bunch is gonna catch a pass from Warren Moon it's gonna be me. (crowd groans) I don't think he was used to my speed and couldn't adjust for it. Felt some of the hacked. - I think I can catch some balls is all I'm sayin'. I'm not intimidated whatsoever. - Once you get to it, come straight across the 25. - I'm gonna make this ball my bitch. - We got this all day. No problem. - [Voiceover] You got it! You got it! (crowd moans) - Super stoked to try to catch a pass from him I just hope I don't (bleep) it up royally. (crowd claps and cheers) I caught a football pass from Warren Moon and I'm going to Disneyland, baby. - I did some extra calf stretches and I'm pretty sure that's gonna give me the extra edge over these guys. - [Voiceover] You got it! You got it! (crowd groans) - Let's do this. Ready? Go! (crowd claps and cheers) - I definitely can run fast. I definitely got the gas. I can put it on. - You know how you receivers are. You guys are prima donnas. You think you can just take off whenever you want to. Is your name Cris Cater? (crowd laughs) - I got it. (crowd cheers) - There was literally times when he threw a ball at me and it would hit me right in the hands, like right in the middle, and the spin was so fast and hard my hands would move. I've never experienced that in my life. - Alright, that wasn't as easy as I thought it was. Pretty sure I collapsed a lung. I really feel like I want to go to the hospital. - To be honest, I'm a little embarrassed. A little humbled. - There were a couple that slipped though my hands. I'm not sayin' it was his fault but it might have been. - I got this really gnarly scar, right here but it's totally worth it to get a scar like this when you're trying to catch a ball from Warren Moon. - Doing this made me much more appreciative of the people who are out there every Sunday sacrificing their bodies. I don't think I'm ever gonna say a bad thing about an NFL football player ever again. - Well, hopefully everybody saw out there today that I just took some average Joes and let them run through some routes that we run in the National Football League. They did a pretty good job at it but I'll bet you they'll be the first ones to say, It's not as easy as it looks on Sunday afternoon. So, I think they have maybe a little bit more respect for these guys and the job that they do when they play on television. - Before I could even finish turning my head there was a speeding bullet coming towards my face. I probably could've caught it but I chose to fall to the ground instead.


  1. ^ "Bill Cody to be inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame". Alabama Sports Hall of Fame. May 5, 2014. Retrieved July 12, 2014.

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