Nicholvin "Cody" Glenn is a linebacker for the the Indianapolis Colts, who claimed him on waivers from the Washington Redskins. Glenn was originally drafted with the 158th pick in the fifth round of the 2009 NFL Draft by Washington. Glenn played four seasons at Nebraska, where he also played running back. Glenn is 6-feet tall and weighs 235 pounds.
Prep Career
Glenn starred at running back at Rusk High School in Rusk, TX, rushing for 6,353 yards and 87 touchdowns in his four year career. He set school records in both categories. After rushing for 2,006 yards as a junior, he finished his career by rushing for 1,828 yards as a senior. Scout.com ranked Glenn as the No. 52 running back recruit in the class of 2005. He committed to Nebraska in November of 2004, choosing the Cornhuskers over Arizona, Kansas, Oklahoma State and Tennessee.
Freshman Year
As a true freshman, Glenn was used mostly in short-yardage situations, rushing for 131 yards and four touchdowns on 45 attempts. His first year in Lincoln ended on a sour note, when he was forced to miss the Alamo Bowl due to an injury.
Sophomore Year
Prior to his sophomore season, Glenn was involved in a car accident in which his car was pinned by a semi trailer. However, Glenn only suffered minor injuries. Glenn saw more action as a sophomore, carrying the ball 71 times for 370 yards and eight touchdowns. He had a pair of two-touchdown games and ran for a career-high 148 yards against Iowa State. However, Glenn again ended the season in the sidelines, missing the final three games with a foot injury.
Junior Year
Glenn was hampered by foot and leg injuries all of 2007, rushing just 27 times for 78 yards. He had a pair of touchdowns in Nebraska's loss to USC, but didn't find the end zone again that season.
Senior Year
New Nebraska coach Bo Pelini moved Glenn to defense in the spring of 2008, converting the former running back to outside linebacker. Glenn moved right into the starting lineup, and was third on the team with 51 total tackles through nine games. However, Pelini suspended Glenn for a violation of team rules, and he was forced to sit out the remainder of the 2008 season. Glenn finished his only season at linebacker with 51 total tackles, six tackles for loss and a forced fumble in nine games. After the 2008 season, Glenn was invited to participate in the 2009 Texas vs The Nation All-Star Classic.
NFL Career
Glenn was selected in the fifth round (158th overall) in the 2009 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins. Before the 2009 season, Glenn signed a contract with the Redskins. Terms were not disclosed.

Glenn was waived by the Redskins at the end of the 2009 preseason, but picked up by the Colts one day later. On Nov. 4, 2009, Glenn was promoted from the practice squad to the active roster. He made his first career NFL tackle in Week 9 against the Texans. He finished the regular season with seven total tackles. He played in all three postseason games for the Colts, racking up three total tackles as they reached Super Bowl XLIV, where they lost to the Saints.