Regarding Campbell, Walker believes he’ll be the Colts’ starting slot receiver and compete for the kickoff return specialist job.
Walker could see the Colts splitting carries with Marlon Mack and second-round RB Jonathan Taylor with both players receiving around 600-700 rushing attempts combined.
However, Walker notes that Colts HC Frank Reich tends to lean toward the “hot hand” at running back, meaning the competition between Mack and Taylor could become something to keep an eye on during the first few weeks of the 2020 regular season.
Houston CB Bradley Roby spoke about being back with Texans after signing a $36 million deal: “It was where I needed to be. It was a win-win for both sides. I’m glad we were able to get it done. I’m in Year 7 now, I really got to get into my prime.” (Aaron Wilson)