Former Elton Indian and LSU Tiger Al Woods is on the move again. Woods, 29, signed a two-year, $5 million contract with the Indianapolis Colts.
"When I came in for my visit, and after talking with the coaches, it felt like a home," Woods told Colts.com. "That's what I was looking for, and I didn't have to waste any time."
Woods joins the Colts after three seasons in Tennessee. He started 17 games for the Titans after spending his first four years bouncing around the league. Woods was cut by the Titans on March 8, a year after signing a three-year, $10.5 million contract.
Woods was a fourth-round selection by the Saints in 2010-- the last LSU player drafted by New Orleans. In seven NFL seasons, Woods has made stops with the Buccaneers (2010), Seahawks (2011), Steelers (2011-13) and Titans (2014-16).
Woods has 104 career tackles and 3.5 sacks.
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