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  • Sat., Apr. 19, 2014 2:00PM - 5:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Lakeview Church Party in the Park

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Tue., Apr. 22, 2014 5:00PM - 7:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Family Resource Night Extravaganza

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Fri., Apr. 25, 2014 11:00AM - 12:30PM EDT Colts In Motion - Plainfield Elementary Schools Walkathon

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Sat., Apr. 26, 2014 10:00AM EDT Colts In Motion - Indy Mutt Strut

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Sun., Apr. 27, 2014 10:00AM - 5:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - WTHR Health & Fitness Expo

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Fri., May. 09, 2014 6:00PM - 9:00PM EDT Official Draft Party On Friday, May 9, fans can attend the team’s Official Drafty Day Party, sponsored in part by Bud Light and 1070 The Fan, to catch coverage of the draft at Colts Grille from 6-9 p.m.
  • Fri., Jun. 13, 2014 6:00PM - 9:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Cool Creek Concert Series

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Mon., Jun. 16, 2014 6:00PM - 8:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Indiana FFA Convention Chapter Fun Night

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Fri., Jun. 20, 2014 9:00AM - 11:00AM EDT Colts In Motion - Touch A Truck

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Sat., Jun. 28, 2014 5:00PM - 7:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Indiana Legend Carl Storie with special guest Brett Wiscons Concert

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

Players

Winston Justice
T #69
Height:
6-6
Weight:
317
College:
USC
Hometown:
Long Beach, CA
Experience:
7
Offensive Line
YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 63 43
2013 DEN 4 0
2012 IND 12 12
2011 PHI 6 1
2010 PHI 13 13
2009 PHI 16 16
2008 PHI 5 0
2007 PHI 7 1
2006 PHI 0 0

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Career Transactions:

  • Acquired by the Colts along with a 2012 sixth round draft pick (187th overall) in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for Indianapolis’ sixth round selection (172nd overall).
  • Originally selected by the Eagles in the second round (39th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft.

 

 

Pro Career:

  • Has competed in 47 games with 31 starts on the Philadelphia offensive line from 2006-2011. Also started in two-of-five playoff contests.
  • Was named to the USA Today’s 2009 All-Joe Team.

 

2011 (EAGLES):

  • Played in six games, making one start.
  • Part of an offensive line that opened holes for running back LeSean McCoy who finished fourth in the NFL in rushing yards (1,309) while setting the franchise record for total touchdowns in a single season (20).
  • The offensive line ranked tied for fourth in the NFC in sacks allowed (32.0).
  • Started a Week 6 contest at Washington (10/16), helping the Eagles to a 20-13 victory.
  • Provided time for quarterback Vince Young to throw for 258 yards and two touchdowns while opening holes for McCoy to total 113 yards in a 17-10 win at the New York Giants (11/20).
  • Blocked for quarterback Michael Vick to accumulate 335 passing yards and three touchdowns in a 34-10 win against Washington (1/1).

 

2010 (EAGLES):

  • Started all 13 contests he competed in.
  • Blocked for the league’s fifth-best rushing attack and ninth-best passing attack.
  • Philadelphia’s offense established a single-season team record for points scored in a season with 439 (27.4 ppg.).
  • Assisted the Eagles offense in generating 480 yards of net offense against Atlanta (10/17).
  • Provided time for quarterback Michael Vick to throw for 333 yards at Washington (11/15) and at Chicago (11/28). Vick also threw four touchdowns in the game against the Redskins as the Eagles recorded their highest offensive output with 593 net yards.
  • Blocked for LeSean McCoy to rush for 100-yard contests vs. Green Bay (9/12), at Detroit (9/19), at Washington (11/15) and against the New York Giants (11/21).
  • Started in the team’s Wild Card Playoff game against Green Bay (1/9).

 

2009 (EAGLES):

  • Started all 16 games for the first time in his career.
  • Was part of an Eagles offense which set a then-franchise-best 429 points scored (26.8 ppg.).
  • Provided time for quarterback Donovan McNabb to throw for 3,553 passing yards, which ranked ninth in the NFC.
  • Assisted quarterback Kevin Kolb in throwing for 391 yards and two touchdowns against New Orleans (9/20).
  • Blocked for Donovan McNabb to throw for 450 yards and two touchdowns against San Diego (11/15).
  • Started in the team’s Wild Card Playoff game at Dallas (1/9).

 

2008 (EAGLES):

  • Saw action in five contests on the offensive line.
  • Blocked for an offensive unit that ranked sixth in the NFL in net passing yards per game (244.4).
  • Provided time for quarterback Donovan McNabb to throw for 349 yards and two touchdowns at Seattle (11/2).
  • Opened holes for running back Brian Westbrook to rush for 110 yards against Arizona (11/27).
  • Blocked for Brian Westbrook’s 131 yards at the New York Giants (12/7).

 

2007 (EAGLES):

  • Saw action in seven games with one start.
  • Saw action in his first career NFL contest at Green Bay (9/9).
  • Made his first career NFL start at the New York Giants (9/30).
  • Played nearly the entire game at right tackle against Buffalo (12/30).

 

2006 (EAGLES):

  • Did not participate in any games.

 

College:

  • Protected and provided time for quarterback Matt Leinart to win the Heisman Trophy in 2004. Also blocked for running back Reggie Bush who won the Heisman Trophy in 2006.
  • Was the starting right tackle for USC during their national championship season in 2003.
  • Was the starting right tackle as a true freshman on Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer’s offensive line.
  • Majored in public policy.

 

Personal:

  • Attended Long Beach Poly (Calif.) High School and earned numerous All-America honors.
  • Compiled a 39-1-1 record and won three CIF Division I titles.
  • Has made missionary visits to Uganda after civil war and to Haiti after a devastating earthquake.
  • Resides in Naples, Fla. with his wife, Dania, son, Selah and daughter, Calais.

 

Career GP/GS:

2011 PHI: 6/1

2010 PHI: 13/13 (1/1 Playoffs)

2009 PHI: 16/16 (1/1 Playoffs)

2008 PHI: 5/0 (3/0 Playoffs)

2007 PHI: 7/1

2006 PHI: 0/0 (0/0 Playoffs)

Total: 47/31 (5/2)

Career Transactions:

  • Acquired by the Colts along with a 2012 sixth round draft pick (187th overall) in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for Indianapolis’ sixth round selection (172nd overall).
  • Originally selected by the Eagles in the second round (39th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft.

 

 

Pro Career:

  • Has competed in 47 games with 31 starts on the Philadelphia offensive line from 2006-2011. Also started in two-of-five playoff contests.
  • Was named to the USA Today’s 2009 All-Joe Team.

 

2011 (EAGLES):

  • Played in six games, making one start.
  • Part of an offensive line that opened holes for running back LeSean McCoy who finished fourth in the NFL in rushing yards (1,309) while setting the franchise record for total touchdowns in a single season (20).
  • The offensive line ranked tied for fourth in the NFC in sacks allowed (32.0).
  • Started a Week 6 contest at Washington (10/16), helping the Eagles to a 20-13 victory.
  • Provided time for quarterback Vince Young to throw for 258 yards and two touchdowns while opening holes for McCoy to total 113 yards in a 17-10 win at the New York Giants (11/20).
  • Blocked for quarterback Michael Vick to accumulate 335 passing yards and three touchdowns in a 34-10 win against Washington (1/1).

 

2010 (EAGLES):

  • Started all 13 contests he competed in.
  • Blocked for the league’s fifth-best rushing attack and ninth-best passing attack.
  • Philadelphia’s offense established a single-season team record for points scored in a season with 439 (27.4 ppg.).
  • Assisted the Eagles offense in generating 480 yards of net offense against Atlanta (10/17).
  • Provided time for quarterback Michael Vick to throw for 333 yards at Washington (11/15) and at Chicago (11/28). Vick also threw four touchdowns in the game against the Redskins as the Eagles recorded their highest offensive output with 593 net yards.
  • Blocked for LeSean McCoy to rush for 100-yard contests vs. Green Bay (9/12), at Detroit (9/19), at Washington (11/15) and against the New York Giants (11/21).
  • Started in the team’s Wild Card Playoff game against Green Bay (1/9).

 

2009 (EAGLES):

  • Started all 16 games for the first time in his career.
  • Was part of an Eagles offense which set a then-franchise-best 429 points scored (26.8 ppg.).
  • Provided time for quarterback Donovan McNabb to throw for 3,553 passing yards, which ranked ninth in the NFC.
  • Assisted quarterback Kevin Kolb in throwing for 391 yards and two touchdowns against New Orleans (9/20).
  • Blocked for Donovan McNabb to throw for 450 yards and two touchdowns against San Diego (11/15).
  • Started in the team’s Wild Card Playoff game at Dallas (1/9).

 

2008 (EAGLES):

  • Saw action in five contests on the offensive line.
  • Blocked for an offensive unit that ranked sixth in the NFL in net passing yards per game (244.4).
  • Provided time for quarterback Donovan McNabb to throw for 349 yards and two touchdowns at Seattle (11/2).
  • Opened holes for running back Brian Westbrook to rush for 110 yards against Arizona (11/27).
  • Blocked for Brian Westbrook’s 131 yards at the New York Giants (12/7).

 

2007 (EAGLES):

  • Saw action in seven games with one start.
  • Saw action in his first career NFL contest at Green Bay (9/9).
  • Made his first career NFL start at the New York Giants (9/30).
  • Played nearly the entire game at right tackle against Buffalo (12/30).

 

2006 (EAGLES):

  • Did not participate in any games.

 

College:

  • Protected and provided time for quarterback Matt Leinart to win the Heisman Trophy in 2004. Also blocked for running back Reggie Bush who won the Heisman Trophy in 2006.
  • Was the starting right tackle for USC during their national championship season in 2003.
  • Was the starting right tackle as a true freshman on Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer’s offensive line.
  • Majored in public policy.

 

Personal:

  • Attended Long Beach Poly (Calif.) High School and earned numerous All-America honors.
  • Compiled a 39-1-1 record and won three CIF Division I titles.
  • Has made missionary visits to Uganda after civil war and to Haiti after a devastating earthquake.
  • Resides in Naples, Fla. with his wife, Dania, son, Selah and daughter, Calais.

 

Career GP/GS:

2011 PHI: 6/1

2010 PHI: 13/13 (1/1 Playoffs)

2009 PHI: 16/16 (1/1 Playoffs)

2008 PHI: 5/0 (3/0 Playoffs)

2007 PHI: 7/1

2006 PHI: 0/0 (0/0 Playoffs)

Total: 47/31 (5/2)