INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Indianapolis Colts announced on Thursday that WISH-TV SportsLocker analyst Cory Redding has been named their Man of the Year for his commitment to community service and his leadership both on and off the field.
As the local winner of this award, Redding is eligible to be considered for the NFL's Walter Payton Man of the Year, the highest distinction an NFL player can receive for his efforts both on and off the field. The award is named in honor of the late Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton.
Redding joined the Colts this season and is a nine-year NFL veteran. Redding has quickly become a leader and community activist for the Colts. Just last week, Redding was named a defensive captain.
"Cory brings a great spirit to our team every day," said interim head coach Bruce Arians. "He is a caring teammate, compassionate towards all, on- and off-field. His work in the community is outstanding, along with his commitment to his alma mater. Cory is true leader in all aspects."
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