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CORY REDDING RUMORS & GOSSIP

Should the Colts Re-Sign Cory Redding?

Cory Redding has been one of the vocal leaders and key pieces on the Indianapolis Colts for the past three seasons. So, why is there even a question about re-signing him when he becomes an unrestricted free agent next month? It’s because of his age. Redding is currently 34 years old and will be turning 35 in November. He’s started 147 games, playing a total of 176, at a very...
Via Pro Football Spot
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Cory Redding is the Unsung Hero of the Colts

Ryan Grigson has made a lot of mistakes, especially when it comes to signing free agent defenders.In the past two seasons the Colts have thrown money at defensive players such as Ricky Jean-Francois, Eric Walden, Greg Toler and LaRon Landry, who have ranged from disappointing to inconsistent, injuryprone to downright disastrous.When there is that much failure, it’s sometimes tough...
Via Pro Football Spot
October 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts 53-man roster analysis: defense and special teams

Defensive end: Cory Redding, Ricky Jean-Francois, Arthur Jones, Zach Kerr One of the deeper positions on the Colts roster, only Kerr is an unfamiliar face. And if you have been watching the pre-season, Kerr may be a familiar face as well, as he played his heart out in that time span. Nose tackle: Josh Chapman, Montori Hughes Two young guys with plenty of potential. I really can’t...
Via isportsweb.com
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts rookie hazing haircuts were pretty good

The Indianapolis Colts are the latest team to torment their rookies with horrendous hairstyles. Defensive end Cory Redding, who actually owns his own barbershop, did most of the cutting. But something tells me these particular trim jobs won’t be good advertising. We saw plenty of the typical hack jobs we have grown used to seeing […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts Notebook: Gap Discipline and Opening up Pep’s Offense

Follow @MarcusDugan Sunday started with rain and mud before turning into a beautiful, if a bit humid, summer day.  So, several early media questions were something along the lines of ‘how about that weather?’ When asked if the slick field affected how hard they could get after it in practice, defensive end Cory Redding simply said, “No, no they make different shoes for that...
Via The Colts Authority
July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Indianapolis Colts: Why Cory Redding should be nervous

The Indianapolis Colts have been looking to build a defense for the future that will be prominent for many years. They will have the challenge like any other team, trimming down a 90-man roster to 53 players. This may require making cuts of older veterans to make room for younger players who are going to grow within the franchise. Defensive end Cory Redding may be one of those players...
Via isportsweb.com
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Robert Mathis: ‘I’m sorry, I’ll be back’

Indianapolis Colts linebacker Robert Mathis addressed his NFL imposed four-game suspension for violating the league’s substances policy on Wednesday. “You’re out here building relationships with guys.  To not be out there (in September) it’s extremely disappointing,” said Mathis.  “(You) try to move past it. “I addressed my teammates.  They understand my stance. ...
Via Sports-Glory
May 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts DL Cory Redding Celebrates Fumble Recovery By Popping a Cold One

Everything went right for the Indianapolis Colts Sunday when the played Kansas City. The defense woke up after the Chiefs first drive and really clamped down on Alex Smith and company causing five fumbles and recovering two of them along with a pair of interceptions off of Smith.One of those fumbles was recovered by defensive lineman Cory Redding who was so happy he popped a cold...
Via FatManWriting
December 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Colts: Week 14 | Indianapolis takes back the AFC South…with a little help from a friend

Defensive end Cory Redding (Photo: Colts) Somehow, some way, despite a loss to the Cincinnati Bengals (and with a little help from an old friend), the Colts checked off goal number one on Sunday: to win back the division. No, it wasn’t the way we had hoped. The Colts could have beaten the Bengals and won it outright. Instead, they left the battle for the AFC South right where...
Via The Blue Mare
December 09, 2013  |  Discuss
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