Woods signed a deal with the Colts on Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Woods spent his last three seasons with the Titans, racking up 66 combined tackles in 42 games while plugging holes along the defensive line. The Colts were 25th in opponent rushing yards per game in 2016, so Woods should provide a nice boost for their run defense going forward.
Woods was released by the Titans on Wednesday. Woods was released just one year into a three-year contract with Tennessee. He had 18 tackles in 12 games in 2016. He's now an unrestricted free agent, and he'll be 30 years old as of the start of the 2017 regular season.
Woods (calf) will be available to play Sunday against the Colts, The Tennessean's Jason Wolf reports. Woods hasn't played in either of the Titans' last two games with a calf injury. However, he returned to practice this week and is ready to reclaim his starting nose tackle job from Austin Johnson.
Woods (calf) returned to the Titans' practice Wednesday. He was unlisted on the team's injury report as well. The defensive tackle injured his calf in Week 4, and it was subsequently announced he would miss up to four weeks. A return this week would put him ahead of schedule. Head coach MIke Mularkey indicated Woods "looked good" at practice.
Woods (calf) will be out for a few weeks after getting injured Sunday, Jason Wolf of USA Today reports. Woods was initially listed as questionable to return on Sunday after he injured his calf in the first half, but upon inspection his injury was determined to be worse than at first thought. Look for Angelo Blackson and Karl Klug to see some extra time as long as Woods is out.