Hewitt signed a contract with the Titans on Thursday.
Hewitt's last NFL action came with the Colts, where he appeared in 12 games but caught just one pass, which was a one-yard touchdown in the team's season regular season finale against Tennessee. Delanie Walker has the No. 1 tight end spot locked up in Tennessee, leaving Hewitt to battle for a backup role.
Hewitt (foot) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game at Tennessee.
Hewitt began the week as a non-participant but was able to practice without limitations come Friday. Starting tight end Eric Ebron (concussion) is questionable, which could leave Hewitt and Mo Alie-Cox to fill in at tight end with a playoff berth on the line Week 17.
Hewitt (foot) did not practice Wednesday, Andrew Walker of the team's official site reports.
Hewitt's status for Sunday's pivotal winner-take-all tilt with Tennessee seems largely up in the air at this point. Should he return to practice later this week, that would be a good sign moving forward. For now, it's closer to 50-50 odds. The Colts are dealing with injuries to Eric Ebron (concussion) and Jack Doyle (torso), so Hewitt's availability has taken on a larger significance than usual circumstances would dictate.
Hewitt (ribs) is active for Sunday's game versus the Cowboys.
Hewitt recorded a full practice Friday but still ended up on the injury report. The 27-year-old has overcome his minor issue and is ready to go as the Colts No. 3 tight end. That spot in the lineup gives Hewitt little fantasy upside, especially since the Cowboys have yielded just six touchdowns to tight ends this year.
Hewitt (ribs) was downgraded to questionable for Sunday's matchup with the Cowboys, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.
Hewitt initially popped up on the injury report after registering a full practice Friday. Even though he practiced in full, he must've received medical treatment for his ribs injury. Hewitt didn't carry an injury designation on the injury report Friday, however, so his sudden downgrade comes with some concern. If Hewitt isn't able to play, Mo Alie-Cox (calf) would likely see an increase in snaps if he can make his return after missing the last three games -- otherwise, Eric Ebron would be the only healthy tight end for the Colts.
Hewitt (ankle) doesn't carry an injury designation ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Jaguars, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.
Hewitt practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday and Thursday but was able to end the week with a full practice Friday. The Stanford product is one of four tight ends listed on the injury report, and that doesn't even include Jack Doyle, who was placed on injured reserve Monday after requiring emergency surgery on his kidney. Mo Alie-Cox (calf) is the only tight end on the active roster that has already been declared out for Sunday.
Hewitt (ankle) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Hewitt's ability to practice in a limited capacity Wednesday is a step in the right direction, given that he didn't suit up for a single practice last week. The depth tight end has missed three straight games due to a lingering ankle issue, and his status for Sunday's tilt against the Jaguars remains up in the air. With Eric Ebron (back), Erik Swoope (knee) and Mo Alie-Cox (calf) all nursing injuries, Hewitt could be in line for a notable workload if he's able to play Week 13.
Hewitt (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Hewitt failed to suit up in any practice this week and was ultimately ruled out for Sunday. Depth will be an issue at tight end for the Colts on Sunday, as Erik Swoope (knee) has been ruled out and Mo Alie-Cox (calf) is listed as questionable.
Hewitt (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.
Hewitt continues to nurse a knee injury, which has caused him to miss two straight games. The depth tight end's availability for Sunday's tilt against the Dolphins appears to be in legitimate question.
Hewitt (ankle) was ruled out for Sunday's game against Tennessee, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports.
Hewitt was able to return to practice as a limited participant Thursday, but will have to look toward Week 12 for his potential return. Mo Alie-Cox is set to serve as the Colts' No. 3 tight end behind Jack Doyle and Eric Ebron, since Erik Swoope (knee) was also ruled out.
Hewitt (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday.
Hewitt missed Sunday's 29-26 win over the Jaguars with the ankle issue. His absence from the first practice of Week 11 puts Hewitt's status in question for this weekend's tilt with the Titans. If Hewitt is unable to go, Mo Alie-Cox and/or Erik Swoope (knee) could see increased action behind the Colts' top two tight ends, Jack Doyle and Eric Ebron.
Hewitt (ankle) was ruled out for Sunday's game against Jacksonville, Mike Wells of ESPN.com reports.
Hewitt sustained the ankle injury during Week 8 against the Raiders or at some point during the Colts' bye, as he was unable to practice this week. The 27-year-old has been targeted once this season, as he is typically utilized as a blocker. Mo Alie-Cox will serve as the Colts' No. 3 tight end with Erik Swoope (knee) also ruled out.
Hewitt (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.
Hewitt appears to be nursing a shoulder injury of undisclosed severity, and should be considered questionable for Sunday's tilt against the Jaguars. The depth tight end has been targeted only once this season, so his tentative absence would be unlikely to have a notable impact on Indianapolis' offense.
Hewitt signed a contract with the Colts, the team's official site reports.
Hewitt failed to earn a roster spot with the Bengals, but he landed with the Colts just a few days later. He likely will serve as a depth tight end for the Colts, but he has just 22 career receptions in four seasons.
Hewitt (undisclosed) was activated from the NFI list Monday and will be eligible to return to practice, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports.
Hewitt was originally on the NFI list due to an undisclosed reason, but he's slated to return to training camp this week. He'll compete with Tyler Kroft and C.J. Uzomah for reps at tight end behind starter Tyler Eifert (back).
Hewitt (undisclosed) was placed on the NFI list on Thursday.
Hewitt has spent the last four years as a depth tight end with the Bengals. When healthy, he'll attempt to return in the same role.
Hewitt (knee) was a full participant during Thursday's practice session.
Hewitt started the week as a limited participant and did not carry an injury designation into last Sunday's win over the Lions. The 26-year-old appears on track to play Week 17, barring a setback at Friday's practice.
Hewitt (knee) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Hewitt's practice time was limited last week due to the same injury. The tight end ultimately avoided an injury designation and suited up for the Week 16 win over the Lions, so expect things to play out in a similar fashion ahead of the season finale against the Ravens.
Hewitt (knee) was a full participant at Friday's practice and is expected to play in Sunday's matchup against the Lions.
Hewitt had been bothered by a knee issue that kept him out of Wednesday's practice earlier in the week, but he'll be good to go for Week 16. He's caught just two passes in 11 games this season, so don't expect much production out of the Bengals' No. 3 tight end while Tyler Kroft and C.J. Uzomah remain healthy.
Hewitt (knee) was a limited participant at Thursday's practice, Jay Morrison of Cox Media Group reports.
Hewitt was a non-participant Wednesday, so he is at least trending in the right direction ahead of Sunday's game against the Lions. If he is unable to go, expect Cethan Carter to see increased snaps at tight end.