Cody Chaffins

Cody Chaffins

Sports Anchor/Reporter

Cody Chaffins is the weekend sports anchor for FOX 5 Atlanta. He joined the FOX 5 Sports team in October 2012 and has become a staple on the Emmy Award-winning High 5 Sports show on Friday nights.

As a football player at Chamblee High School, Cody once spent his Friday nights on the field but now prefers the comfort and safety of the FOX 5 Sports Bunker. His expertise is on display during the high school football playoffs, when he transforms the bunker to his “War Room.”

During his time at FOX 5, Cody has covered Super Bowls, College Football Playoffs, Daytona 500, and the Masters. Cody says his favorite assignment came in the summer of 2014, when he and Good Day Atlanta’s Ron Gant covered the trio of Braves inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.

Born and raised in Stone Mountain, Cody grew up during a heyday of Atlanta sports, experiencing the Braves’ 1995 World Series title, the 1996 Olympics and the Falcons’ 1998 Super Bowl run. He is still adding to his collection of Peachtree Road Race T-shirts and says that the race and Stone Mountain's laser show are his favorite Atlanta traditions.

After graduating from the University of Georgia, Cody started his broadcasting career and honed his love for Friday night football at WNEG-TV in Toccoa, Georgia. He has also spent time at WJXT in Jacksonville, Florida.

The latest from Cody Chaffins


2 Braves catchers unavailable for Opening Day

Braves manager Brian Snitker announced that the team's two top catchers, Travis d'Arnaud and Tyler Flowers, are both unavailable for Friday's season opener against the Mets.


High School football prep varies around Atlanta

Both Tucker and Dacula are scheduled to play Thursday September 3rd in the Corky Kell Classic, but to this point their preparation for the 2020 high school football season looks a lot different.


Vandagriff preparing for senior season, looking ahead to UGA

Prince Avenue Christian quarterback Brock Vandagriff is one of the highest rated high school quarterbacks in the nation and has a bright future ahead at the University of Georgia, but is looking forward to his senior season playing for his dad.