The Colts added depth to their receiving corps on Monday. Their fellow AFC South foes from Tennessee did the same. The Titans signed former Texans wide receiver Kevin Walter to a one-year contract. The 10-year veteran had spent the previous seven seasons in Houston. Walter hasn't surpassed 700 yards or 55 catches in a season since 2008. He caught 41 passes for 518 yards and two scores last season.
Walter was a starter for most of his time in Houston, but while he is serviceable, he is no longer starter material. He will turn 32 years old in August. He can block and bail out a quarterback on third down but little else. Even if Nate Washington is released soon -- something that seems likely after this move -- Walter should still be behind Kenny Britt and Kendall Wright in the Titans' receiver pecking order. He has minuscule fantasy value.