The Athletic’s Zak Keefer writes Colts DE Tyquan Lewis is not assured of a roster spot and the former second-round pick needs to carve out a role for himself on a suddenly crowded defensive line.
Keefer says the Colts are still excited about 2019 second-round WR Parris Campbell but they need him to stay healthy.
Keefer writes the Colts are taking a little bit of a gamble on former Vikings CB Xavier Rhodes as one of their new starting corners.
Colts QB Chad Kelly is likely competing for a spot on the practice squad, as he’s unlikely to push fourth-round QB Jacob Eason off the roster for the No. 3 quarterback job. Colts WR Daurice Fountain is also battling for a spot on the roster.
Keefer adds Colts S Malik Hooker has a lot to prove after the team declined his fifth-year option.
While the Colts remain high on 2019 second-round DE Ben Banogu, he also faces an uphill climb for playing time.
Colts TE Trey Burton is looking to prove himself in 2020 after injuries shuttered his time in Chicago.
The Athletic’s Stephen Holder predicts Colts S Khari Williswill be the team’s breakout player in 2020 and become an impact starter in his second season.
The Athletic’s Aaron Reiss predicts Texans TE Kahale Warringwill be the team’s breakout player in 2020 and establish himself as an impact starter.
While the Texans rookies reported to camp Monday, they were not expected to be inside the team facility and were just tested. (Mark Maske)