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Colts' Jack Doyle: Quiet end to regular season

Doyle caught all three of his targets for 17 yards during Sunday's 28-14 win over the Jaguars. Doyle finished the regular season with 23 catches (33 targets) for 251 yards and three touchdowns across 14 appearances. The receptions, yardage and touchdowns were his fewest since 2015, excluding the 2018 campaign, when he suited up just six times due to injuries. The Colts have a potential out from the 30-year-old's contract this offseason, as cutting him would only result in a $1.5 million dead-cap hit. Doyle would carry a $5.85 million cap hit if he does return for Indianapolis in 2021, but the team will want to see what he's able to do during its postseason run before making a decision.
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Colts' Jack Doyle: Cleared for Week 17

Doyle (quadriceps) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Doyle didn't practice Thursday, but he's been cleared for Week 17 action after a full session Friday. He'll likely continue to split tight-end reps with Trey Burton and Mo Alie-Cox.
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Colts' Jack Doyle: Added to injury report

Doyle (quad) missed practice Thursday. Doyle was added to the Colts' Week 17 injury report Thursday, so his status will need to be monitored in advance of Sunday's game against the Jaguars. If he's out or limited this weekend, added tight end snaps and targets would be available for Trey Burton and Mo Alie-Cox.
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Colts' Jack Doyle: Registers 50 yards

Doyle caught four of six targets for 50 yards in Sunday's 28-24 loss to the Steelers. Doyle led the Colts' tight end group with 38 of 69 snaps on offense. He registered season highs in receiving yards and receptions. However, those achievements clearly point to the down year that Doyle has endured, as he's posted a 20-234-3 line through 13 games.
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Colts' Jack Doyle: Cleared to play

Doyle (quad) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Steelers after being listed as a full practice participant Friday. Doyle will be out there Sunday, but he hasn't offered much fantasy value this season while competing for tight end targets with Mo Alie-Cox and Trey Burton. Overall, he's logged a 16/184/3 stat line through 12 contests, and in his last outing Doyle caught both targets for 14 yards in the Colts' Week 15 win over the Texans.
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Colts' Jack Doyle: Misses practice with quad issue

Doyle was added to the Colts' Week 16 report Thursday after a quadriceps injury prevented him from practicing. Doyle has previously appeared on reports this season with a concussion along with neck, ankle and knee injuries, but the quad issue is a new concern for the tight end. Given that he wasn't listed on Wednesday's report at all, Doyle likely picked up the injury in practice rather than during last week's win over the Texans. Doyle will now likely need to get back on the practice field in some capacity Friday to have a good chance at playing Sunday against the Steelers.
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Colts' Jack Doyle: Targeted twice in win

Doyle caught both targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 27-20 win over the Texans. Doyle led his position group with 41 snaps on offense (76 percent), while Mo Alie-Cox and Trey Burton finished with 25 and 19 snaps, respectively. Philip Rivers directed five total targets at the position Sunday, and with a fairly even split between the three tight ends, nobody produced meaningful numbers.
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Colts' Jack Doyle: Finishes as second-leading receiver

Doyle corralled all three of his targets for 44 yards during Sunday's 44-27 win over the Raiders. Michael Pittman and Nyheim Hines both exceeded Doyle's target share in Week 14, but with an efficient day, the tight end finished second on the team in receiving output. Sunday's showing marked just the second time all season Doyle has exceeded 30 receiving yards, though he only did so on four occasions during 2019 while earning the second Pro-Bowl nod of his career. Doyle's targets are way down in 2020, as Trey Burton and Mo Alie-Cox continue to have passing-down roles. Doyle attracted 42 targets through 11 appearances last year, but thus far he has drawn just 22 in an equivalent 2020 sample.