HIGH HOPES: Defensive end Cory Redding quickly emerged as a leader in his first season with the Colts.
He played for head coach Chuck Pagano’s defense in Baltimore and brought some of that Ravens swagger to the locker room in Indianapolis.
This year, Redding is trying to get the team’s new additions on the same page in a hurry. He has high expectations for the 2013 season, and he expects everyone to be on board with him soon.
“The goals are the same,” Redding said. “Win the AFC South, win your division, and get to the Super Bowl, period. Those are the three things we shoot for. You have individual goals and group goals, but for the most part, if you don’t do those three things, all those goals mean nothing because you’re not holding the trophy so you fell short.”