Another tale of a Ravens player getting in trouble with the law has come to pass. Baltimore Ravens defender Terrence Cody was indicted on animal cruelty charges in Baltimore County on Monday, police confirmed.
Details of the incident weren’t specified by police, but Cody’s agent told the Baltimore Sun that the charges are related to Cody’s dog. The dog died after Cody took the dog for treatment at the vet, agent Peter Schaffer said, adding that 349-pound Cody “loves his dog.”
Cody, a massive defensive tackle who was known as Mt. Cody during his college days at Alabama, was officially released by the Ravens on Monday morning. He was then arrested by Baltimore County police, and released on $10,000 bail.
Last week, New Jersey police issued an arrest warrant for the Ravens’ Will Hill because the defensive back owed child support. So much for a quiet offseason.
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