Report: Colts sign offensive tackle Austin Howard

Posted by admin on May 19, 2018 in San Francisco 49ers |

The Indianapolis Colts continued their effort to bolster the offensive line Wednesday, signing free agent offensive tackle Austin Howard, according to the NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.

While Griffin should have a chance to earn a roster spot and possibly even the starting job, his concussion history—his second one of 2017 landed him on injured reserve—has to be a concern. If the Texans don’t believe Griffin can safely play a full 16-game season or determine some of their younger players can be bigger contributors, Griffin could be a cap casualty.

“He’s presented with a heck of an opportunity,” Aikman said. “Yeah, he could play another year, maybe another couple of years. But this opportunity to go into broadcasting and continue with a really great career post-career is pretty exciting. So, that’s a decision that he has to make as to what’s most important to him.”

Romo became one of the best in the profession from the start last year, and he expects Witten to do the same.

“Jason Witten will do good at whatever he does,” Romo said. “Ultimately, whatever he puts his mind to, he’s going to be good at it. Even if he didn’t start out too good, he’s going to be good. I actually expect him to start off really good, but it really wouldn’t matter. It would only be a matter of time before he excelled at it. Like all walks of life, he’ll figure it out.”

Depending on how many quarterbacks the Packers decide to keep on the roster, Hundley could find himself on the cut pile. Green Bay acquired DeShone Kizer from the Browns in return for Randall, and it seems the team likes his potential.colts_129


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