(UNDATED) - The Indianapolis Colts made some moves on Wednesday, signing free agent defensive end Cory Redding and trading for Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle Winston Justice.
Redding, who played for new Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano in Baltimore, agreed to a three-year deal reportedly worth 10.5 million dollars. He is 31-years-old and a nine-year veteran with 25 and-a-half career sacks.
Justice comes to the Colts along with Philadelphia's sixth-round pick in April's draft. In exchange, the Colts send their sixth round pick in next month's draft to the Eagles. Justice is a five-year veteran who was the Eagles' second-round pick in 2006.
Manning Meets With Titans
Peyton Manning's free agent odyssey took the former Colts quarterback to Nashville on Wednesday for an interview with the Titans.
Manning met with Head Coach Mike Munchak, General Manager Ruston Webster and Chief Operating Officer Mike Reinfeldt as the Tennessee brass attempts to convince the four-time NFL most valuable player to sign with the Titans.
Manning has already visited Denver and Arizona while Miami Dolphins officials met with him Tuesday in Indianapolis. He was released by the Colts last week.
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