Former Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Chester Rogers earned himself a role on the Tennessee Titans offense and got a little bit of revenge on his former team in Week 3.
On the second drive of the game, Rogers beat Colts cornerback Kenny Moore out of the slot on a slant route for a touchdown to put the Titans up 7-0 in the first quarter.
Who really knows the intent behind it, but we’re going to assume Rogers was paying homage Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton by doing his “T-Y” touchdown celebration after scoring on Sunday.
I’m going to interpret this as an honor to The Ghost. pic.twitter.com/RUdHWU3eww
— Heather Lloyd (@ByHeatherLloyd) September 26, 2021
Rogers got his NFL career started in 2016 with the Colts as an undrafted free agent out of Grambling State. In four seasons with the Colts (2016-2019), Rogers appeared in 53 games recording 117 receptions for 1221 yards and five touchdowns.