T. Y. Hilton WR IND 4 Days

Hilton did not play in Saturday's preseason game against the Giants, Paul Schwartz of the NY Post reports.

There's no indication that Hilton is injured, as he's believed to just be a healthy scratch. Hakeem Nicks turned in a huge game with both Hilton and Reggie Wayne (knee) sidelined, adding to the questions about how the playing time will be divided at wide receiver. All three figure to have significant roles in the offense, with Hilton and Wayne currently expected to draw most of the snaps in two-wide formations. Nicks has the talent to be an every-down player, but the same can be said of both Hilton and Wayne. It's entirely possible that the Colts will use a rotation, and like most teams, they figure to use plenty of three-wide sets.

T. Y. Hilton WR IND 13 Days

Hilton caught all three of his targets for 38 yards in Thursday's preseason opener against the Jets.

With Reggie Wayne (knee) sidelined, Hilton and Hakeem Nicks worked as the top duo at wide receiver, combining for all five of the targets on the first-team offense. After dominating Luck's attention for much of last season, Hilton has far more competition this year, as Nicks was signed in the offseason, while both Wayne and tight end Dwayne Allen (hip) are expected to return from major injuries for Week 1. Allen actually played in Thursday's preseason game, and Coby Fleener presents yet another target for Luck.

T. Y. Hilton WR IND 2 Months

T.Y. Hilton has been practicing at all four receiver spots.

T. Y. Hilton WR IND 3 Months

T.Y. Hilton (foot) resumed practicing Wednesday.

Hilton sat out some of last week's sessions, so it's nice to see him back so soon. The playmaking fireplug has 12 100-yard games and 14 touchdowns in his two-year career (including playoffs), but could get squeezed for targets this season if Reggie Wayne (ACL) and Hakeem Nicks are able to bounce back.

T. Y. Hilton WR IND 3 Months

T.Y. Hilton is missing Colts OTAs with a foot injury.

The extent of the injury is unknown, but there are no indications it's severe. With Reggie Wayne (ACL surgery) also on the shelf, LaVon Brazill, Da'Rick Rogers, and Griff Whalen are soaking up first-team reps behind Hakeem Nicks.

T. Y. Hilton WR IND 7 Months

T.Y. Hilton caught four passes for 103 yards in Indianapolis' Divisional Round loss to the Patriots.

Hilton finishes 2013-14 on a tear, posting a monster 28/482/2 line over his past three games. Few players needed the offseason to get here more, however, as Hilton has been plagued by a shoulder injury, tweaking it multiple times per game. Hilton also banged up his knee against New England, but never checked out. An explosive jitterbug who can gain separation deep and get free over the middle, Hilton took a big step forward as a sophomore, catching 82 passes for 1,083 yards and five touchdowns. With Andrew Luck throwing him the ball, Hilton has WR1 upside. The only concern is his slight 5-foot-10, 183-pound frame. Hilton has missed only one game as a pro, but picked up a ton of nicks and bruises. He was injury prone in college. Regardless, he's an elite option in Dynasty leagues.

T. Y. Hilton WR IND 7 Months

Colts OC Pep Hamilton is using T.Y. Hilton at four different receiver positions in an effort to keep him away from concentrated coverage.

He's playing X, Z, left slot, and right slot. "We feel like that's important so that teams just can't kind of game plan and scheme to take him away," explained Hamilton. "So we've challenged T.Y. early and often to understand the concepts and understand all four spots. He's done extremely well." Containing Hilton is sure to be the focus of Bill Belichick's Divisional Round game plan.

T. Y. Hilton WR IND 8 Months

T.Y. Hilton caught 13 passes for 224 yards and two touchdowns in Indianapolis' Wild Card win over the Chiefs.

Hilton was uncoverable, particularly after the Chiefs lost No. 1 CB Brandon Flowers to a concussion. Hilton drew a whopping 18 targets. The highlight came late in the fourth quarter, where Hilton got behind the entire Chiefs defense to score what would prove to be a game-winning, 64-yard touchdown. Both the catches and yards were new career highs, though Hilton is now up to 24 grabs for 379 yards over his past two games. He'll be the focal point for either Denver or New England's defense in next week's Divisional Round game.

T. Y. Hilton WR IND 8 Months

T.Y. Hilton is absent from the Colts' Week 17 injury report.

Hilton is over his shoulder injury as the Colts jockey for playoff positioning.

T. Y. Hilton WR IND 8 Months

T.Y. Hilton (shoulder) is active for Week 16 against the Chiefs.

Hilton has been battling the shoulder the past month-plus and was listed as questionable on the injury report. He'll start but is more of a WR3 for fantasy Super Bowl week. Also inactive for the Colts are OLB Daniel Adongo, DB Sergio Brown, OL Hugh Thornton, OL Jeff Linkenbach, OL Joe Reitz, DL Ricky Jean-Francois, and DL Montori Hughes.