Colts tight end Jack Doyle officially retires
Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle announced Monday that he is officially retiring from the NFL.
A Colts fan growing up, Doyle played all nine of his seasons in the NFL with Indy before deciding to hang it up after the 2021 NFL season. Doyle was able to serve as a reliable pass-catching tight end for Andrew Luck and Philip Rivers in his time with the team.
Doyle's final season with the team saw him catching 29 passes for 302 yards and 3 touchdowns as the team's third option in the passing game with Carson Wentz under center. He'll finish his career with 295 catches for 2,729 yards, 24 touchdowns, and 2 Pro Bowl appearances.
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