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  • FA Defensive Back #36
    Giants signed CB Quincy Wilson to the practice squad.
    The Colts spent a second-round pick on Wilson in 2017 but bailed on him for a sixth-round pick in April of this year. The Jets made Wilson inactive in a majority of their games this year before waiving him a few weeks ago. He’s unlikely to see much action if he ever makes it off the practice squad.

  • FA Defensive Back #36
    Jets waived CB Quincy Wilson.
    Wilson was the No. 46 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, but he didn’t last long in Indianapolis and ultimately was traded to New York for a sixth-round pick. The Jets, who are desperate for cornerback play, have thrown in the towel after watching him for eight weeks. Wilson may get another look or two, but chances are that he’ll be out of the league relatively soon.

  • FA Defensive Back #36
    Jets acquired CB Quincy Wilson from the Colts in exchange for a 2020 sixth-round pick.
    Wilson was the No. 46 overall pick of the 2017 draft and is headed into the final year of his rookie deal. He’s been on the trade block all offseason after playing just 122 defensive snaps last season. Wilson has two career interceptions and eight pass breakups across 29 appearances. He’ll fight for snaps in a Jets defensive backfield that is looking for contributors at cornerback.

  • FA Defensive Back #36
    Colts selected Florida DB Quincy Wilson with the No. 46 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.
    Wilson (6’2/211) turned pro after three years in Gainesville, making 24 starts and compiling six INTs while earning second-team All-SEC in 2016 despite being overshadowed by Teez Tabor. Whereas his size is an obvious plus, Wilson demonstrated gambling tendencies on tape and managed 37th-percentile SPARQ results with a pedestrian forty (4.54), vertical (32"), and broad (9’10") jump at the Combine. Wilson did post a strong three-cone time (6.86). While NFL scouts have been split on whether Wilson should play cornerback or safety, he will almost assuredly man corner for the CB-desperate Colts.
  • FA Defensive Back #36
    Colts signed second-round CB Quincy Wilson, fifth-round CB Nate Hairston and fifth-round ILB Anthony Walker to four-year contracts.
    The No. 46 overall pick of the draft, Wilson stands in at 6-foot-2, 211 pounds. Wilson tested as an ordinary athlete, with some pre-draft observers believing he should play safety. A gambling type, the Colts are hoping Wilson will make plays for their re-tooled defense.
  • FA Defensive Back #36
    Colts second-round CB Quincy Wilson has been running behind fifth-round CB Nate Hairston in training camp.
    Wilson has been penciled in opposite Vontae Davis, but beat writer Mike Wells doesn’t consider it a given. Wilson entered the Colts’ preseason opener after Hairston, and promptly struggled. Known as a gambler, Wilson got roasted for a touchdown against the Lions after taking a bad angle.
  • FA Defensive Back #36
    Colts CB Quincy Wilson is inactive for Week 7.
    It’s another healthy scratch for Wilson. The rest of the Colts inactives are QB Andrew Luck, RB Matt Jones, OG Isaiah Williams, TE Henry Krieger-Coble, LB Anthony Walker, and CB Pierre Desir.