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Colts Bringing In Kendall Langford Along The Defensive Line

Intro: The Colts addressed one of their defensive line needs on Tuesday with Kendall Langford joining the AFC South champs.





INDIANAPOLIS – On a day filled with new faces joining the Colts, Kendall Langford might play the biggest role (figuratively and literally).

Langford, a 6-6 and 311-pound defensive end, agreed to terms with the Colts on Tuesday evening.

In his seven NFL seasons, Langford has never missed a game while being a starter for six of those years.

He was drafted by Dolphins in third round of the 2008 NFL Draft, playing there for four seasons. In 2012, Langford joined the Rams where he played on one of the deeper defensive line groups.

The Colts need in the trenches remains a major one, even with the addition of Langford.

On Tuesday, Cory Redding announced on Twitter that he was returning to the NFL for another season. Redding is an unrestricted free agent though and will be visiting the Arizona Cardinals on Wednesday.

Outside of nose tackle, Arthur Jones and Langford are the lone Colts defensive linemen who have started in the NFL.

Perhaps the most impressive quality Langford brings to Indianapolis is his durabilty. He has played in 112 consecutive games played, which is the longest active streak among NFL defensive ends/tackles.

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