2014 (15-2): Cody Wallace saw action in 15 games with two starts in the regular season…made his postseason debut vs. Baltimore in the AFC Wild Card Game…dressed but did not see action Week 1 vs. Cleveland.
2013 (9-4)(Pit): Played in nine games with four starts…inactive for the first five contests…dressed but did not see action 10/20 vs. Baltimore…saw action at RG due to injuries on the offensive line 10/27 at Oakland in his first game as a Steeler…saw action on special teams 11/3 at New England, 11/10 vs. Buffalo, 11/17 vs. Detroit and 11/24 at Cleveland…saw action on the offensive line 11/28 at Baltimore.
2012 (8-0): Cody Wallace saw action in a career-high eight games…was inactive for six games...9/30 vs. Washington: Dressed but did not play…11/4 at Oakland: Made team debut…was part of an offensive line that helped block for a Buccaneers’ offense that totaled 515 scrimmage yards, the second-highest total in team history.
2011 (0-0): Spent the entire season on the Texans’ practice squad.
2010 (0-0): Spent the season on the practice squads of the Lions, Texans and Jets.
2009 (1-0): Saw action in one game and was inactive for 15 contests…12/21 vs. Detroit: Saw action in his first career NFL game.
2008 (0-0): Was inactive for all 16 games.
COLLEGE: Cody Wallace was a three-year starter (2005-07) at center, starting 37-of-42 career games played. 2007: Named first team All-Big 12 and Big 12 co-offensive lineman of the year…also named a finalist for the Rimington Trophy...started all 13 games at center, including the Alamo Bowl. 2006: Earned second-team All-Big 12 honors…started all 13 games at center…helped block for an offense that produced close to 400 yards of total offense per game. 2005: Started all 11 games at center…earned All-Big 12 honorable mention accolades. 2004: Saw action in five games as a freshman. 2003: Redshirted.
PERSONAL: Attended Cuero High School (Cuero, Texas)…played center, guard and tackle on the offensive line…also played on the defensive line his senior season, recording 45 tackles…two-time Class 3A All-State selection and consensus Texas Top 100 choice…registered more than 100 knockdown blocks in each of his junior and senior seasons…also was a standout power lifter, advancing to the state finals…son of Benny and Debbie Wallace…is married to Chely…the couple has two children, son Ryder, and daughter Everly…Full name: Cody Layne Wallace
A look back at current members of the Steelers offense when they were at the NFL Scouting Combine.
The Pittsburgh Steelers kicked off the 2015 NFL Season against the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
Game action as the Steelers hosted the Denver Broncos at Heinz Field.
The Pittsburgh Steelers participated in their second practice in front of fans at Saint Vincent College. This is the final practice before pads go on.
Game action from the Pittsburgh Steelers' home opener against the San Francisco 49ers at Heinz Field.
Tunch Ilkin, Craig Wolfley and Missi Matthews recap the Steelers OL performance during the 2015 season.
Steelers center Cody Wallace talks about any adjustments he needs to make to prepare as a starter and how close the offensive line has become.
Pittsburgh Steelers Free Safety Mike Mitchell joins Mike Prisuta, Missi Matthews and Bob Labriola to talk about his recent signing with the team. They also talk about the team re-signing Ike Taylor, Will Allen, Cody Wallace and Greg Warren.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have re-signed safety Will Allen, long-snapper Greg Warren, and offensive lineman Cody Wallace.