INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts have officially re-signed running back Joseph Addai.
Sunday's deal was one of many moves made by the Colts, who also released veteran defensive back Kelvin Hayden.
Addai has been Indianapolis' top running back since he was selected with the 30th overall pick in the 2006 draft, leading the team in rushing for four straight seasons.
A left shoulder injury limited the LSU product to eight games in 2010, which resulted in a career-low 495 yards on 116 carries. He also had four touchdowns.
Addai has rushed for 4,020 yards and 38 touchdowns over 66 career games. He has also caught 176 passes for 1,355 yards and nine touchdowns.
The Colts had room to sign Addai after quarterback Peyton Manning inked a lower-than-expected contract on Saturday. Manning, who signed a five- year, $90 million contract, took less money so the team could sign players like Addai.
Hayden wasn't one of those saved. The 28-year-old cornerback was a second- round selection by Indianapolis in 2005 and totaled nine interceptions in 77 games with the club.
In other moves Sunday, the Colts signed defensive tackle Eric Foster, offensive guard Kyle DeVan, offensive tackle Michael Toudouze and quarterback Nate Davis and agreed to terms with running back Delone Carter, defensive back Chris Rucker and defensive tackle Antonio Johnson.
The club also claimed tight end Tyson DeVree off waivers from Cleveland.