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Penn State Football Linebacker Cody Romano Enters Transfer Portal

Penn State football linebacker Cody Romano announced his decision to enter into the NCAA transfer portal on social media Tuesday. The redshirt senior will have a final year of eligibility remaining whenever he joins his next program.

“I want to thank God and express my gratitude towards coach Franklin and all the staff for the amazing four years that I spent as a part of this program,” Romano said. “The relationships I have made in my time here will last forever and I am excited to see what the future holds for every one of my brothers.”

“I cannot say goodbye to this sport just yet and will be entering the transfer portal as a grad transfer with one year of eligibility left,” Romano continued.

In the 2022 season, Romano appeared in five games, recording a sole solo tackle. The new grad transfer was named the coaching staff’s Developmental Squad Defensive Player of the Week three times and the coaching staff’s Developmental Squad Special Teams Player of the Week twice.

Just hours before Romano’s announcement, the Nittany Lions received opposite news from a fellow linebacker when starter Curtis Jacobs announced his return to Penn State for the 2023 season.

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