FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Patriots signed former Colts wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez.

Gonzalez, 27, was a first-round draft pick in 2007 out of Ohio State. In five seasons with the Colts, he had 99 receptions for 1,307 yards and seven touchdowns, but he has been plagued by injuries throughout his career. He has been active for only 11 games since the 2008 season.

COLTS: Three days after bringing in one ex-Ravens free agent, Indianapolis added another by signing safety Tom Zbikowski.

The Colts made their first foray into free agency Wednesday by signing former Baltimore defensive end Cory Redding. New head coach Chuck Pagano coached Redding and Zbikowski as the Ravens’ defensive coordinator before he was hired by Indianapolis two months ago.

TITANS: Free-agent quarterback Peyton Manning worked out for Tennessee in Knoxville, Tenn., General Manager Ruston Webster said.

Webster said he thought Manning “looked comfortable throwing the ball and we had a good visit.”

Manning also worked out for the 49ers and Broncos earlier in the week. He’s expected to make a decision this week.

CHIEFS: Kansas City agreed to contracts with veteran offensive tackle Eric Winston and quarterback Brady Quinn.

Winston was released by the Houston Texas on Monday in a surprising move that saved the team about $4.5 million against the salary cap. He had started every game he played the past five seasons at right tackle.

Quinn hasn’t appeared in a regular-season game since 2009 with Cleveland. He was a backup with Denver last season.

SEAHAWKS: Seattle added depth on the defensive line by agreeing to terms with free agent defensive tackle Jason Jones.

Jones has spent his first four seasons with the Tennessee Titans where he had 15½ sacks.

RAMS: Free-agent center Scott Wells agreed to a contract with St. Louis.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that the deal for the former Green Bay player is for four years and $24 million, with $13 million guaranteed.

The Rams also agreed to terms with former Dolphins defensive lineman Kendall Langford.

EAGLES: Guard Evan Mathis agreed to a five-year contract.

A person familiar with the negotiations says the deal is worth $25.5 million, with $7 million guaranteed.

GIANTS: Punter Steve Weatherford agreed to terms on a five-year contract worth $12.75 million.

CHARGERS: Tight end Randy McMichael agreed to a two-year contract to remain with San Diego.