NFL roundup: Latest league news from Saturday, Oct. 16

T.Y. Hilton has dominated the Houston Texans over the years. He'll have another opportunity this weekend.

The Indianapolis Colts activated their star receiver from injured reserve, paving the way for the four-time Pro Bowler to make his season debut Sunday.

The wideout affectionately known among Colts fans as "The Ghost" contemplated disappearing from the NFL after undergoing neck surgery in August. Hilton ultimately opted to return for a 10th season and returned to practice Wednesday.

Just as Hilton enters, Rodrigo Blankenship exits. The Colts placed their starting kicker on IR because of a hip injury. Mike Badgley, who was signed to the practice squad earlier in the week, has been elevated to the active roster.

Injuries/COVID-19

Roster signings

Roster cuts

  • The Dallas Cowboys waived offensive tackle Brandon Knight.
  • The Arizona Cardinals released tight end Richard Rodgers from the practice squad.
  • The Houston Texans released linebacker Joe Thomas.

Fines

  • New York Giants wide receiver Kadarius Toney $12,875 for unsportsmanlike conduct, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported. Toney was ejected in last week's loss to the Cowboys after throwing a punch.
  • Dallas Cowboys defensive back Damontae Kazee was fined $6,264 for unnecessary roughness, per Pelissero.
  • Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Rashad Fenton was fined $4,934 for taunting in last week's loss to the Bills, Rapoport reported.
  • Cleveland Browns cornerback Greedy Williams was fined $9,508, per Rapoport.
  • Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Jalen Guyton was fined $4,722, per Rapoport.
  • Baltimore Ravens defensive back Tavon Young was fined $10,815 for unnecessary roughness, per Pelissero.

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