On Monday, Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle announced his retirement from the NFL after nine seasons. Doyle signed a three-year, $21.3 million contract extension in 2019. He was set to receive a $4.7 million base salary in 2022. He wrote in a statement: “I have a deep respect for the dedication and commitment it takes to be out there for your teammates. My body is telling me that is a sacrifice I can no longer make.”
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Longtime Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle is retiring, the team announced Monday. The 31-year-old Doyle played all 131 games of his nine-year career with his hometown team. His down-to-earth demeanor made him one of the locker room’s most respected players and even prompted a teammate to wear a T-shirt with four playing cards featuring Doyle’s face and the phrase “Jack of all trades.”
As a kid, Jack Doyle grew up watching the Colts ascend from a losing franchise to consistent winner. Doyle realized a childhood dream by playing his entire NFL career for the Colts, a career that he has chosen to end after nine seasons. Doyle, a two-time Pro Bowler for the...