TY Hilton Thinks That He's in Line for a Great Season After the Best Camp of His Career

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TY Hilton Thinks That He's in Line for a Great Season After the Best Camp of His Career

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TY Hilton Thinks That He's in Line for a Great Season After the Best Camp of His Career

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Colts star WR TY Hilton joined JMV to discuss his emotions following Andrew Luck's retirement, deciding to dedicate his season to him, and the transition to Jacoby Brissett. Hilton explains the difference between an Andrew Luck thrown ball and a Jacoby Brissett thrown ball, why he's coming off the best training camp of his career, and his respect for the Chargers defense getting ready for week 1. 

 

JMV: "How do you feel moving forward with this team with Jacoby (Brissett) under center?:

 

Hilton: "Oh I feel great man, Jacoby is the guy, he's put his time in and he's ready. He had all OTA's running with the 1's, all training camp with the 1's so he's ready. I mean he's gotten his reps in looking good, feeling good and gaining more and more confidence. 

 

JMV: "Is the offense the same with Brissett under center compared to Luck?"

 

Hilton: "Oh absolutely, nothings changed, the offense stays the same and we're looking forward to going out there and putting on a show!"

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