Delivers in garbage time

Pittman recorded six receptions on seven targets for 64 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 26-11 loss to the Jaguars.

Pittman was shockingly not targeted in the first half of the game, though Carson Wentz took to the air only seven times. However, he came to life on the Colts' final offensive possession of the game, racking up four receptions for 51 yards and a touchdown to salvage his day. Despite recording under five receptions in six games, Pittman took a significant step forward in his second season as a pro by more than doubling each of his target, reception and yardage totals.

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WR | IND

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WR | IND

Leaves Friday's practice early

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Kylen Granson

Kylen Granson

TE | IND

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Stephon Gilmore

Stephon Gilmore

DB | IND

Gets two-year deal from Colts

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RB | IND

Could see slot work

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