T.Y. Hilton is ready for action.
The Indianapolis Colts removed the receiver from the active/non-football injury list Wednesday.
The 30-year-old wideout had been dealing with a mild hamstring issue.
His stint on the NFI list predictably didn't last long, but given the Pro Bowl wideout's injury history -- six games missed last season -- it was notable.
With Philip Rivers in town, getting Hilton back on the field before practices begin full-bore is good news for an Indy offense that is counting on the chemistry between the veterans clicking quickly.
In a corresponding move, the Colts announced WR Malik Henry was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list and waived.
Here are other stories Around The NFL is monitoring Wednesday:
- The Jacksonville Jaguars hosted defensive lineman Timmy Jernigan, per the transaction wire, and he's expected to sign with the team in the "near future," NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported. With multiple defensive linemen having opted out of this season, Jernigan has had many suitors, but the Florida native prefers to play in Jacksonville, Garafolo added.
Jaguars tight end James O'Shaughnessy (knee) is off the active/physically unable to perform list and will return to practice. Jags defensive end/outside linebacker K'Lavon Chaisson has a minor hamstring issue and will be working off to the side with the team's performance staff, the team announced.
- Running back Chris Carson is currently not with the Seattle Seahawks as he's dealing with some family matters, coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday, per NFL Network's Omar Ruiz. Carroll said Carson is OK, but he's looking after family members. The Seahawks have activated receiver John Ursua off the reserve/COVID-19 list.
- The San Francisco 49ers are bringing in wide receiver Tavon Austin for a workout with hopes of signing him, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and Garafolo reported. Austin spent the past two years with the Cowboys. He played his first five seasons with the Rams, who drafted him No. 8 overall in 2013 and used him about equally as a wideout and out of the backfield. San Francisco has a need at receiver with Deebo Samuel potentially missing multiple games with a foot injury. The team later announced the signing of offensive lineman William Sweet to a one-year deal.
- The Baltimore Ravens announced the signing of running back Kenjon Barner. The 30-year-old journeyman has mostly been a returner in his career. With De'Anthony Thomas opting out, the Ravens wanted a veteran to push for return duties with rookie receiver James Proche.
- The Las Vegas Raiders are signing veteran defensive lineman and former first-round pick Datone Jones, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported, per an informed source. This will be Jones' seventh stop since being drafted 26th overall in 2013; he played in all four preseason games for the Jags last year before being released as a part of final roster cuts.
- The Buffalo Bills announced they have activated receiver Cole Beasley (back) from the active/NFI list.
- Former Chargers tight end Andrew Vollert, whose release provided one of the most colorful moments on the season premiere of Hard Knocks, has a workout Thursday for the Carolina Panthers, Pelissero reported via an informed source.
- The Miami Dolphins signed defensive tackle Brandin Bryant. The 26-year-old former undrafted free agent made his NFL debut last season, appearing in four games with the Browns and making three tackles. Miami also announced on Wednesday that it has been awarded former Steelers cornerback Breon Borders off waivers.
- The Chicago Bears signed defensive back Marqui Christian. Christian played the last four seasons with the Rams, logging 83 tackles in 55 games played, including one start.
- The Cleveland Browns have signed defensive end George Obinna and waived defensive tackle Jeffery Whatley. The team also made a move to add offensive line help, bringing in guard Ronald Leary on a visit with the hope of signing him, Rapoport reported. Leary is an eight-year veteran with the Cowboys and Broncos who started 12 games for Denver last season.
- The Arizona Cardinals are bringing in former Clemson and Missouri QB Kelly Bryant for a workout, per Pelissero. Bryant went undrafted and unsigned this past spring.
- The Denver Broncos officially signed right tackle Demar Dotson and have waived/non-football injury defensive lineman Jonathan Harris, the team announced on Wednesday.
- The New England Patriots have signed center Tyler Gauthier. He was released by the Jaguars on Aug. 8.
- Tennessee Titans linebacker Reggie Gilbert reverted to the reserve/injured list after being waived/injured on Tuesday.
- Free agent tight end Luke Stocker is expected to sign with the Atlanta Falcons after visiting with the team, Rapoport reported, per an informed source. The nine-year veteran signed a two-year deal with Atlanta prior to the 2019 season and was released on March 16; he played in 15 games (nine starts) last season and contributed 12 receptions for 92 yards.