AFC Notes: Colts, Texans, Titans

     

Colts

  • Colts QB Jacoby Brissett brought up his future today, saying: “I know I’ll be a starter in this league again one day, wherever that may be.” (Joel A. Erickson)
  • He added that he was surprised when the Colts called to say they were signing QB Philip Rivers but understands the way the NFL works. (Erickson)
  • Brissett says that he can still play at a starting-caliber level in the NFL: “I still believe in myself, I still believe I’m a starter in this league, and I still believe I can play at a very high level, and I believe I did that last year.” (Zak Keefer)
  • Colts’ veteran DE Justin Houston says he intends on playing past the 2020 season. He is set to become a free agent in 2021 and has not spoken with the team regarding a possible contract extension. Houston adds that when it comes to where he wants to play, he hasn’t thought that far ahead. (Keefer)

Texans

  • Texans HC Bill O’Brien spoke about new DT P.J. Hall who recently failed a physical which voided a trade to the Vikings: “We’re taking a chance on P.J. He’s got to get into shape. You won’t see him out there today. He’s got to do a little proving that to us. He’s working his butt off. We’ll keep watching him and get him out there when we can.” (Aaron Wilson)
  • O’Brien also spoke about WR Kenny Stills, who began training camp on the NFI list saying: “I don’t think it’ll be too much longer before he is practicing.” (Aaron Reiss)

Titans

  • Titans HC Mike Vrabel said of seventh-round pick QB Cole McDonald: “We know that Cole was going to be a developmental player. There’s a lot of skill set to like — size, ability to extend plays. He’s got to become more familiar with our system.” (Eric Bacharach)
  • Titans hosted DE Jamal Davis for a visit on Friday. (Albert Breer)
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