Mo Alie-Cox signs three-year deal with Colts

The Indianapolis Colts have re-signed tight end Mo Alie-Cox to a three-year deal worth $18 million, NFL's Tom Pelissero reports.

What It Means:

Alie-Cox, who entered the league as an undrafted free agent, earned himself a nice payday after putting in four seasons with the Colts. While he has never been an every-down player he has appeared in all but one game over the past three years and could see an increased role with the team after the retirement of Jack Doyle.

Alie-Cox finished fifth on the Colts in targets (45) last season while catching the second-most touchdowns (4) in their Carson Wentz-led offense. His huge, 6'5", 267-pound frame makes him a target in the red zone and could make him a valuable target for whichever quarterback ends up starting for Indy in 2022.