Justin Hilton

#12WR,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 190
Born:
College: Indiana State
Birth Place: Baltimore, Maryland
Draft: Undrafted
  • Rexrode: More Predators runs ahead? Maybe, but no more firsts
    The Tennessean

    Rexrode: More Predators runs ahead? Maybe, but no more firsts

    PITTSBURGH – Of the Nashville Predators’ top four defensemen and top 10 forwards, 13 of those 14 players are under the age of 30 and 10 of them are under contract through at least the 2018-19 season. The two centerpiece players whose deals are up, Ryan Johansen and Viktor Arvidsson, will be signed in the offseason as restricted free agents, and they’ll be paid well. The Predators already were in the best financial shape of their 20-year history before this run to the Stanley Cup Final, which opens with Game 1 Monday at Pittsburgh. From various perspectives – fan growth, financial stability, attractiveness to free agents, championship-level experience for current players – the past six weeks have

  • Does the Terrible Towel curse transfer to hockey?
    NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk

    Does the Terrible Towel curse transfer to hockey?

    More than eight years ago, the Tennessee Titans sealed the No. 1 seed in their conference by winning a showdown with the Steelers, the other candidate to secure home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs. In their exuberance, however, the Titans took things too far, desecrating the Terrible Towel. The Titans promptly lost to the Ravens in the divisional round, the Steelers won the Super Bowl, and talk emerged of a Terrible Towel curse. And in the eight seasons since 2008, the Titans haven’t made it back to the playoffs. So now with Nashville’s hockey team facing Pittsburgh’s in the Stanley Cup Final, a question arises: Is the curse transferable from football to hockey? If that seems like

  • DE Dante Fowler finished strong in 2016 and looks to continue progress
    Jaguars Wire

    DE Dante Fowler finished strong in 2016 and looks to continue progress

    After facing heavy criticism last season, Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Dante Fowler finished strong in his last two games against the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts, according to Pro Football Focus. Over the course of Weeks 16-17, Fowler accumulated an impressive six hurries with three hits and a sack. Now he looks to continue where he left off and is excited for 2017. In a recent interview via GridironNow.com, the former Florida Gator said he believes this season will be a breakout year for him now that he has one season under his belt. I think it will happen. It was a big learning experience for me last year on and off the field. That was my first year on the field. I was like