T.Y. Hilton #13 WR
Healthy
Height / Weight
5'9" / 183 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
November 14, 1989 (28)
Experience
7th Season
Drafted
2012 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 92 (IND)
College
Florida International
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Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton is reportedly completely buying into the team's new body of coaches and staff heading into 2018, per Zak Keefer of the Indy Star. "He's giving us everything he's got, he's all in", Keefer tweeted he has heard. Hilton, who is looking to rebound from a mediocre season in which he finished under 1,000 receiving yards for the first time since 2012, seems to have more pep in his step thanks to the various reforms in Indianapolis. If quarterback Andrew Luck manages to come back at full health, count on Hilton rebounding to pristine fantasy form next season.

over 1 month ago | RotoBaller

As a member of the old guard for a young Indianapolis Colts squad, wide receiver T.Y. Hilton is excited for what the future holds, according to Zak Keefer of the Indy Star. Hilton is the third longest-tenured Colt, only behind kicker Adam Vinatieri and left tackle Anthony Castonzo, with six years of relevant fantasy production to his name. When asked about what his plans are for 2018, Hilton stated "first of all... we gotta get this division back." While Hilton has many exceptional stat lines on his resume, his success for next season will largely depend on who is throwing him the football. As long as that variable is uncertain, it's hard to invest too heavily in the aging pro.

over 2 months ago | RotoBaller

As a member of the old guard for a young Indianapolis Colts squad, wide receiver T.Y. Hilton is excited for what the future holds, according to Zak Keefer of the Indy Star. Hilton is the third longest-tenured Colt, only behind kicker Adam Vinatieri and left tackle Anthony Castonzo, with six years of relevant fantasy production to his name. When asked about what his plans are for 2018, Hilton stated "first of all... we gotta get this division back." While Hilton has many exceptional stat lines on his resume, his success for next season will largely depend on who is throwing him the football. As long as that variable is uncertain, it's hard to invest too heavily in the aging pro.

over 2 months ago | RotoBaller