Liberty gives former Mississippi coach Hugh Freeze a second chance.
It has been a resurgent
season for Colts tight end Eric Ebron.
Ebron was regarded as a bust with the Detroit Lions, never playing to the high expectations that he arrived with as a firstround draft pick from Mississippi.
With the Colts, though, Ebron has become a major receiving threat. Ebron has caught a career-high 11 touchdown passes with 54 receptions for 589 yards.
Ebron caught four passes for 50 yards and one score earlier this season against the Texans during a 37-34 overtime loss.
“He’s been featured a lot more,” Texans safety
Tyrann Mathieu said. “I think people kind of got a bad perception from him in Detroit, but the kid was a top-10 pick. He can play tight end.
“He’s real fluid within his routes. He’s definitely athletic and they’ve been featuring him a lot, trying to get him the ball. I think we’ve all been able to see what kind of athlete he really is.”