AFC South Notes: Colts, Jaguars, Texans, Titans



  • Per the Herald Bulletin’s George Bremer, Colts WR T.Y. Hilton said his calf is feeling “way better” and he believes he has a chance to play again this season, though potentially not this week. 
  • Hilton said shutting it down with the Colts unlikely to make the playoffs was not a consideration: “I would never quit on my team. I signed up for 16 games. Some guys may shut it down and call it quits. I don’t do that.” (Mike Wells)
  • Colts WR Dontrelle Inman clarified his deal was just through the rest of the season. (Bremer)
  • Spotrac’s Michael Ginnitti identifies Colts LT Anthony Castonzo as the team’s top extension candidate this offseason and someone who will likely sign for $16 million a season. 
  • Ginnitti points out the Colts could also move on from DE Margus Hunt who hasn’t exactly justified his $4 million cap hit going forward. 




  • Accounting for the rising cap, Spotrac’s Michael Ginnitti says the Titans could use the Jaguars’ free-agent deal for QB Nick Foles (Four years, $88 million, $50.125 million guaranteed) as a potential framework for their offer to QB Ryan Tannehill.
  • Given that Titans TE Delanie Walker has ended the past two seasons on injured reserve, Ginnitti writes it makes sense to release the 36-year-old tight end for $6.7 million in cap savings. 
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