- Andrew Walker of the Colts’ official site expects undrafted K Rodrigo Blankenship to compete with K Chase McLaughlin for a roster spot.
- Walker believes Colts’ sixth-round LB Jordan Glasgow will make the largest immediate impact of all the team’s Day 3 draft picks. Although, Walker points out that Glasgow will be competing for a roster spot on the 53-man roster against LBs Matthew Adams, Zaire Franklin, Skai Moore, and E.J. Speed.
- As for the Colts’ receiving corps, Walker points out that T.Y. Hilton, Zach Pascal, Parris Campbell, and second-round Michael Pittman Jr. are roster-locks and Indianapolis could keep one or two more players at the position.
- The Colts currently have nine receivers competing for the final roster spots, including Rodney Adams, Ashton Dulin, Daurice Fountain, DeMichael Harris, Malik Henry, Marcus Johnson, Dezmon Patmon, Artavis Scott, and Chad Williams.
- 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)
- Jim Wyatt of the team’s official site mentions that he has not heard “any rumblings” about the Titans potentially signing a veteran wide receiver this offseason.
- Wyatt notes that Corey Davis, A.J. Brown, Adam Humphries, and Kalif Raymond should be locked to make the active roster with Cam Batson among those competing for the final spot.
- Wyatt points out that the Titans gained a 2021 sixth-round pick from the Chiefs and should receive a 2021 third-round compensatory pick.
- As for Titans’ free-agent CB Logan Ryan, Wyatt writes that Ryan’s asking price of $10 likely priced him out of an extension with Tennessee.
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