(ANDERSON, IN) - The Colts announced a pair of roster moves on Tuesday, officially announcing the signing of defensive end Tyler Brayton while waiving defensive tackle Demario Pressley.
Brayton is 6-foot-8, 280 pounds and is entering his ninth NFL season.
He was a first-round draft pick of the Oakland Raiders out of Colorado in 2003 and has played the past three seasons with the Carolina Panthers.
Pressley is a fourth-year pro out of North Carolina State.
He played in last Saturday night's loss in St. Louis and was credited with one tackle.
The Colts will continue to hold training camp in Anderson through 2016. Anderson University announced the five-year commitment on Tuesday.
Anderson is one of two locations the Colts have used for training camp since the franchise moved to Indianapolis in 1984.
They trained at Anderson university from 1984 through 1998.
Camp was relocated to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute from 1999 through 2009 with the Colts returning to Anderson last year.
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