Looking to improve the defensive line, the Arizona Cardinals are reportedly bringing a long-time veteran. Announcing it himself on his Twitter account, 12-year veteran defensive lineman Cory Redding will be in Arizona to visit with the Cardinals on Wednesday.
Redding played the last three seasons for the Indianapolis Colts, so he was on the team when Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians was the team's offensive coordinator and interim head coach. He played in and started 45 games in those three seasons.
He had 35 tackles and 3.5 sacks a season ago.
He will be 35 years old this coming season. He graded out positively as a pass rusher and negatively as a run stopper in 2014, according to Pro Football Focus.
Redding is 6-4. 318 pounds.
He would add some veteran presence to a defensive line group that is mostly young players. There is Calais Campbell and Frostee Rucker, plus there is the expected addition of Corey Peters, but after that, the group includes Alameda Ta'amu, Josh Mauro, Ed Stinson and Kareem Martin, who have a combined 42 games between the four of them.