Milton has been with the Colts since 2016 after going undrafted out of Georgia Tech. The 5’-11”, 190-pound corner was Indy’s second leading tackler on special teams each of the last two seasons. He has elite speed, running a 4.35-second 40 during testing prior to the 2016 draft.
He will likely serve a similar role here. Milton can be a gunner on punt coverage as well as running down on kickoffs. He recovered Adoree’ Jackson’s muffed punt during the terrible and still very upsetting matchup between division rivals in Week 17 last year.
Kalu was moved to IR to make room after making the initial 53-man roster. Because he started the season on the 53, he is eligible to return as early as Week 9 if he’s healthy and the Titans want him back on the field. Like Milton, Kalu had made the team in large part because of his special teams ability.