The Indianapolis Colts today signed tight end Jack Doyle to a three year contract extension, his agent and the team announced via Twitter.
Congrats to my friend and client @doylejack84 on signing a 3 year contract extension with the @Colts . So well deserved. An incredible person who makes a difference on and off the field. pic.twitter.com/vjm9xAbelO— Buddy Baker (@ESG_Baker) December 6, 2019
Three more years for the hometown kid.— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) December 6, 2019
The deal is reportedly a three year, $21 million that can rise to $24 million with attainable incentives - sources told NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Doyle has appeared in 96 games with 54 starts for the Colts in the last seven years, after being claimed off waivers in his rookie year in 2013.
The #Colts agreed to terms with TE Jack Doyle on a 3-year extension worth more than $21M in new money, source said. It can be worth up to almost $24M with attainable incentives. A priority for Indy.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 6, 2019
The tight end has played a pivotal role in the Colts successful passing and rushing attacks on the last seven years. Doyle has produced 236 catches for 2,105 yards and 18 touchdowns. His 236 receptions rank 5th in Colts history among tight ends. Doyle is also an extremely good blocker helping the Colts rushing attacks.
Doyle, 29 will enter his eighth season as a pro in 2020 and the Colts now have a big piece of not only their offense but team too locked up for three more seasons.