Cody Husband Officially Announces Retirement
(Vancouver) The BC Lions Football Club today announced that offensive lineman Cody Husband has officially retired from professional football.
Husband, a native of New Westminster, bids farewell after seven pro seasons, five of which were spent in a BC Lions uniform. The UBC grad and former Hamilton Tiger-Cats draft selection joined the Leos in 2014 and eventually developed into a steadying force at the centre position by 2016. Seeing action in 77 games during his pro career, he departs the CFL as arguably one of its more underrated talents.
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