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Cody Ford, an offensive guard in American football, was born on December 28, 1996, and he is currently a member of the National Football League’s Arizona Cardinals (NFL).

His time playing collegiate football was spent at Oklahoma. Ford initially committed to play for TCU throughout his recruiting process,

but he later changed his mind and decided to play for the Oklahoma Sooners. Ford started all three of Oklahoma’s games to open the 2016 season after choosing to redshirt the 2015 season.

He was unfortunately sidelined for the rest of the season after breaking his fibula during the Sooners’ game against Ohio State.

Ford was a part of the offensive line that won the Joe Moore Award in the 2018 campaign. He received recognition as a third-team All-American for his efforts to the line.

Ford disclosed that, following the conclusion of this season, he would submit his name for consideration in the 2019 NFL Draft. Ford was ranked as the third-best guard prospect available when he made his statement,

according to NFL Draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. The Buffalo Bills chose Ford in the second round of the 2019 National Football League Draft.

Ford was fined $28,075 by the NFL for an illegal blindside block he made during a playoff match against the Houston Texans.

Ford tore his meniscus during a practice leading up to Week 12, which led to his being put on injured reserve.

Who is 74 on the bills?

American football offensive guard Cody Ford, who presently plays for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League,

wore the number 74 jersey when playing for the Buffalo Bills. Ford is currently a member of the National Football League.